- Filing is available for 3 different settlement classes
- Extensive Frequently Asked Questions are provided
- Claims can be submitted online or sent by mail
The class action lawsuit titled Michael Kelly v. Business Information Group, Inc. has recently come to settlement terms in hopes to resolve allegations that the Defendant violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act when conducting background checks for potential employment. Continue reading
- Postcard received with the notice can be returned
- Online request for reconsideration is available
- Frequently Asked Questions list is provided
The word “depreciation” usually isn’t something known for giving folks a case of the warm and fuzzies. This especially holds true when the word is used in conjunction with a personal property claim. A recently settled case involving State Farm allows California policy holders to request a reconsideration for personal property claims filed between December 31st, 2004 and May 19th, 2014. The settlement comes on the winds of a full class trial that proved State Farm failed to lawfully calculate depreciation on personal property losses on settlements where the insured opted NOT to replace a damaged item. Those who believe they are eligible to request a claim reconsideration can begin by filling out and returning the postcard that was received with the notice of the settlement. A reconsideration request can also be made online by visiting www.statefarmpersonalpropertysettlement.com and clicking the Submit a Request for Reconsideration link posted at the top right hand side of the page.