You qualify if you purchased Branded or authorized generic EpiPens between August 24, 2011, and November 1, 2020 in Alabama, California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, or Utah. No proof of purchase is necessary.
You do not need to provide any documentation at this time. However, the Settlement Administrator may ask for additional proof supporting your claim. Any one of the following is acceptable as claim documentation for the purchase information set forth in Section C above, if requested by the Settlement Administrator:
I posted in political about this lawsuit. Because this is obstructionist Dem Senator Joe Manchin’s daughter,Heather Bresch who was the instigator of this scheme. Could be more info there. Her portion of the trial starts Jan 24, 2022 and if she loses could mean a
another higher settlement
From the FAQ, these are the included states. And scanning the list, there are quite a few populous states excluded. Sorry Texas, Ohio, Penn…
That’s just more money for the rest of us to split up, bwa-ha-ha
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My wife worked for a company back in 2010-2012 that provided their employees Blue Cross insurance. We received a postacrd in the mail informing us of the settlement, so I guess that means she qualifies to apply.
@mrsguin a class action isn’t over till it pays out. Time to fill may have passed but that does not make it an expired post.
Your time would be better spent marking the free stuff expired that you have posted in 210+ pages.
There is nothing wrong with that. the deadline to file was 8 months ago, the deal is ‘dead’ in that respect. We don’t keep rebate posts active past their expiration date even if people didn’t get their rebate check yet.
People can simply search for the expired thread and post in there if there is an update or received a check, even if a year later after it closed.