Class Eligibility

You are an eligible class member of the red light camera class action settlement if you received, either as an operator or registered owner of a vehicle, a Notice of Violation of a Municipal red light camera ordinance for a violation that occurred before Nov. 21, 2014, and paid the fine assessed for the violation.

It is important to note that while the fine must have been given in one of the listed municipalities the vehicle receiving the fine could have been registered to a different state. Also note that you don’t have to be a resident of Missouri when filing a claim

The Notice of Violation must have been issued must have been issued pursuant to a Municipal red light camera ordinance by or on behalf of one of the following Missouri 27 municipalities:

  • Arnold
  • Bellerive Acres
  • Bel-Nor
  • Beverly Hills
  • Brentwood
  • Bridgeton
  • Calverton Park
  • Clayton
  • Country Club Hills
  • Creve Coeur
  • Dellwood
  • Ellisville
  • Excelsior Springs
  • Ferguson
  • Florissant
  • Grandview
  • Kansas City
  • Moline Acres
  • Northwoods
  • Richmond Heights
  • Ann
  • John
  • Joseph
  • The City of St. Louis
  • Sugar Creek
  • Washington
Estimated Amount
20% of the total amount of the infraction
Proof of Purchase
All qualified Class Members must certify under the penalty of perjury that the information submitted in the Claim Form is true and correct. Specifically, they must be able to declare that they have received, either as an operator or registered owner of a vehicle, a Notice of Violation of a Municipal red light camera ordinance for a violation that occurred before Nov. 21, 2014, and that they paid the fine, in full or in part, assessed for the violation.
Case Name

Laura Unverferth, et al. v. American Traffic Solutions Inc., et al.,
Case No 11SL-CC03363-01
Circuit Court of St. Louis County, State of Missouri

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges that tickets and fines were issued as a result of photos taken with red light cameras in violation of certain laws and ordinances deeming these actions unconstitutional

The defendants deny the allegations but agreed to settle the red light camera class action lawsuit to avoid the burden and expense of ongoing litigation.

Settlement Pool
N/A
Deadline
2/28/2015
Contact
Missouri Red Light Camera Ordinance Litigation Settlement
P.O. Box 1994
Faribault, MN 55021-6190
1-866-681-9151

3 responses to “American Traffic Solutions (ATS) Missouri Red Light Camera Class Action Settlement”

  1. Brian says:

    WHEN NYS has this class action suit ADD me I paid $50 saying I came to a complete stop for a second instead of 2 seconds EVEN though I came to a complete stop before turning right on red LEGAL in NY

  2. todd wodja says:

    the camera that took my photo was in aschool zone .i shouldnt of had to pay the fine , the picture showed i was the sole car in traffic or speeding.

  3. josh says:

    So if the red light laws are unconstitutional, would this not be illegal in all 50 states? I mean for one thing if you were going to take the case to trial who is your accuser? And how would a camera be present in court for his/her testimony of the offense. Just a thought, could we start a class action for texas? Cuz I’m on board for that.

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