HealthExtras Class Action Settlement
Members of an insurance plan that was endorsed by Christopher Reeve, and included disability, accident, sickness, or travel insurance, and was sometimes offered as the HealthExtras Catastrophic Accidental Disability Program, the HealthExtras Benefits program, the American Express Accidental Disability Plan, the Catastrophic Accident Plan, or the Accident Protection Plan
After attorney’s fees and other expenses are set aside the $15,000,000 pool will be divided proportionately among all qualified class members
Proof of Purchase
Giercyk v. National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA et al.Case No. 2:13-cv-06272-FSH-MAHUnited States District Court District of New Jersey
In the class action lawsuit referenced above, certain Plaintiffs sued the entities identified as “Defendants” in section #2 of the Notice, claiming that at various times from 1999 through 2014, each was involved in the sale or underwriting of allegedly invalid or illegal disability, dismemberment, casualty, emergency accident and sickness medical expense benefit, or travel insurance coverage.
Defendants have denied all of Plaintiffs’ allegations and any other wrongdoing however the settlement agreement is preliminarily approved by the court