Class Eligibility:

Cipro antibiotics purchased in California between 8/1/97 and 10/31/04. TO be eligible you need to have paid for at least some of the cost of the Cipro out of pocket (i.e. your health insurance did not pay for 100%), nor have a flat rate deductible.

Estimated Amount:

The settlement contains a $74,000,000 pool. We expect the majority of that will be claimed by insurance companies and employers, but we expect a significant payout for consumers. The settlement proposes a minimum $25 and up to 3 times the amount paid-out-of-pocket.

Proof of Purchase:

Not required.

Higher payouts may be available to those with a proof of purchase (e.g. receipts, EOB, or pharmacy records)

Claim Form: Cipro Settlement Claim Form
Case Name: In re: Cipro Cases I & II,
Case JCCP4154 & JCCP4220 (San Diego)
Case Summary:

It is alleged that the makers of Cipro unlawfully colluded to keep cheaper Generic versions of Cipro from becoming available in California. The defendants deny the allegations. The case was settled before being decided by the court.

If anyone still has receipts from 1997, the settlement should also provide for storage costs.

Settlement Pool: $74,000,000
Settlement Website: Cipro Settlement
Claim Form Deadline: March 31, 2014
Claims Administrator: Cipro TPP Settlement
PO Box 3033
Faribault, MN 55021-2633
(866) 404 – 0135