Class Eligibility

You are a Class Member if you were employed by any one of the following delivery service providers and you delivered purchases to Amazon customers in Washington state between December 20, 2014 and July 31, 2020:
A-1 Express Delivery Service, Inc. d/b/a 1-800 Courier
Dash Delivery LLC
Delivery Force Corp.
Genesis Delivery Inc.
Jungle Trux Inc.
Progistics Distribution Inc.
Revelation Delivery Inc.
Transportation Brokerage Specialists Inc.

Estimated Amount


Proof of Purchase


Claim Form

Please visit Page 7, Section D. Class Notice, to see how the Settlement disbursement will proceed, if you are a Class Member.

Case Name

Ortiz, et al. v., Inc., LLC, et al.,
Civil Case No. 17-2-25002-3
King County Superior Court

Case Summary

Amazon and the other defendants — Jungle Trux Inc., Scott Aitchison, and Timothy O’Neal — have been accused of violating Washington State’s wage and hour laws, in addition to Seattle’s municipal code.

Settlement Pool


Claims Deadline



Ortiz v. Inc.
c/o JND Legal Administration
P.O. Box 91238
Seattle, WA 98111
(833) 722-0885


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8 responses to “Amazon Washington Delivery Drivers Class Action Settlement”

  1. kiana henry says:

    I was in Washington on these dates.

  2. Samantha K Onukwufor says:

    The lack of rest and meal breaks was part of the culture for Amazon delivery drivers

  3. Maya Joseph-Hamer says:

    My order was not sent to me after I paid money and after the company said it was in transit

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Sorry to hear that, Maya. However, this news piece isn’t about failed deliveries. It’s about the unfair wages paid to Amazon delivery drivers at the mentioned dates.

  4. Lynn Nguyen says:

    I delivered purchases to Amazon customers in Washington state between December 20, 2014 and July 31, 2020

  5. Zeinab says:

    I’m suing because they did violate Washington state law.

  6. Sammy Gee says:

    I was a delivery driver between April 2016 to December 2018

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Sammy. If you want to file a claim, please follow the claims link above. Please also check the settlement website for any updates on the issue moving forward, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if needed. The details are provided above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

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