Class Eligibility

You may be entitled to benefits if you are a person or entity who was or is:

  • An Eligible Insured Person (“EIP”) under an Allstate Florida Auto Policy, or an assignee of an EIP under an Allstate Florida Auto Policy;
  • Where the Eligible Insured Person was injured in an automobile accident covered by the PIP coverage of an Allstate Florida Auto Policy, which was governed by Florida law and the Florida PIP statute;
  • Where the Eligible Insured Person was requested by a Defendant to appear for one or more EUOs; and Where payment of PIP benefits to the Eligible Insured Person and/or to an assignee of the Eligible Insured Person was denied, in whole or in part, by a Defendant because of the failure by the Eligible Insured Person to attend a requested EUO and/or the failure of the Eligible Insured Person to produce requested documentation or information at a requested EUO.

Estimated Amount

Varies

Proof of Purchase

Yes

Case Name

Feijoo v. Allstate Settlement
Case No.: 11-37994CA05
Miami Dade County Florida General Jurisdiction Division

Case Summary

This lawsuit alleges that the Defendant Insurers have not complied with Florida law regarding the payment of personal injury protection (“PIP”) benefits under claims where examinations under oath (“EUOs”) were requested. The Parties have agreed to settle the case

Settlement Pool

$4,000,000

Deadline

05/04/2017

Contact


Feijoo v. Allstate Settlement Administrator
P.O. Box 4655
Portland, OR 97208-4655
1-844-804-4368 (Toll-Free)
questions@FeijooClassAction.com

6 responses to “Florida Allstate PIP Class Action Settlement (Florida Only)”

  1. Donna henninger says:

    I had Allstate insurance ( full coverage ) and lived in Florida until 2016
    In April if 2016 I moved to Ohio

    Am I eligible ?
    Thank you
    Donna Henninger

    ADMIN – Hi Donna,

    Were you injured during that period?

  2. Carmela says:

    I had Allstate insurance full c I verge 2012 to 2013 t g en moved t o Colorado

  3. Aly says:

    I got injured January 16th 2016. Do I qualify?

    ADMIN – Hi Aly,

    It appears you do. All claims against a Defendant under a Florida Auto Policy that, on the date of Preliminary Approval of this Settlement, are the subject of an EUO Lawsuit,

  4. Patti says:

    I had allstate insurance from 1987-2016. I was in 1 car accident in 1991. My son and I were in a car accident in 2003 or 2004. Do I qualify?

    ADMIN – Hi Patti,

    You may be entitled to benefits if you are a person or entity who was or is:

    An Eligible Insured Person (“EIP”) under an Allstate Florida Auto Policy, or an assignee of an EIP under an Allstate Florida Auto Policy;
    Where the Eligible Insured Person was injured in an automobile accident covered by the PIP coverage of an Allstate Florida Auto Policy, which was governed by Florida law and the Florida PIP statute;
    Where the Eligible Insured Person was requested by a Defendant to appear for one or more EUOs; and Where payment of PIP benefits to the Eligible Insured Person and/or to an assignee of the Eligible Insured Person was denied, in whole or in part, by a Defendant because of the failure by the Eligible Insured Person to attend a requested EUO and/or the failure of the Eligible Insured Person to produce requested documentation or information at a requested EUO.

  5. Tyrone Cullum says:

    I was driving someone car and they where from Florida and I hit someone. The insurance said I was listed as a driver, so I could not do nothing. Am I included

    ADMIN – Hi Tyrone,

    I don’t understand your question. Please provide additional details and I will try to give you some direction.

  6. Syl Jeter says:

    I was involved in an accident in 2008 and had full coverage insurance with Allstate. The other driver was at fault but only carried minimum insurance and did not cover for my expenses. Allstate refused to say that my car was a total loss, instead they told me that I would have to take it to the dealer for repairs. Allstate told the dealer that they would not cover certain parts and that I would have to pay for it. Example: The muffler.I suffered some financial and health consequences and Allstate did not care. Am I eligible?

    ADMIN – Hi Syl,

    You may be entitled to benefits if you are a person or entity who was or is:

    An Eligible Insured Person (“EIP”) under an Allstate Florida Auto Policy, or an assignee of an EIP under an Allstate Florida Auto Policy;
    Where the Eligible Insured Person was injured in an automobile accident covered by the PIP coverage of an Allstate Florida Auto Policy, which was governed by Florida law and the Florida PIP statute;
    Where the Eligible Insured Person was requested by a Defendant to appear for one or more EUOs; and Where payment of PIP benefits to the Eligible Insured Person and/or to an assignee of the Eligible Insured Person was denied, in whole or in part, by a Defendant because of the failure by the Eligible Insured Person to attend a requested EUO and/or the failure of the Eligible Insured Person to produce requested documentation or information at a requested EUO.

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