Class Eligibility

You are a member of the class if, on or after October 24, 2010, First Family, or a third party acting on First Family’s behalf called you two or more times within a twelve month period on a telephone number that was on the National Do-Not-Call Registry.

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Case Name

Biringer v. First Family Insurance Inc., et al.
Case No. 4:14-cv-00566-RH-CAS
U.S. District Court N.D.F.L.

Case Summary

The class representative claims that, on or after October 24, 2010, First Family violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) by making calls to telephone numbers that were listed on the National Do-Not-Call Registry. The class representative claims that First Family did not have the recipients’ permission to make these calls.

The defendants deny the allegation but have agreed to settle to avoid the cost and uncertainty associated with a trial

Settlement Pool





First Family Insurance Settlement Claims Administrator,
P.O. Box 43439,
Providence, RI 02940-3439

12 responses to “First Family Insurance TCPA Class Action Settlement”

  1. Jeremy Milburn says:

    I have been called multiple times in the past 3 months! I have informed them i am on do not call list and they still keep calling please help!!

  2. Patricia D Luna says:

    This company kept calling our home phone after repeated attempts asking them to remove us from their list

  3. Nancy Majak says:

    I have been called numerous times and even after I said to take me off of their calling list they continued to call me

  4. Kacia Elizabeth Keegin says:

    I had repeatedly asked them to remove my cell number from their list. Unfortunately the calls kept coming.

  5. regina says:

    I have received to many calls from them.
    I told them that I am on the do not call list
    I asked them to remove me off of their list
    I told them to stop calling me again.but they keep calling.

  6. Ashley Z says:

    I received so many calls from them. I had to change my number.

  7. jose m aleman says:

    i received call from different numbers all the time

  8. Sheila Young says:

    You sent me the information on the class action lawsuit and my claim number is FDX- 102 60088001-248422 when will i know something

    ADMIN – Hi Sheila,

    We did not send you anything. Our website is like a newspaper of class action settlements. Our role is to inform you about cases but we do not manage your claims. Contact the admin directly.

  9. Cecillia bredeson says:

    Numerous times after they were put on the Do Not Call list they harassed him all the time my parents are very sick at the time and have passed away since then

  10. Nancy Baumgartner says:

    Hi my name is Nancy Baumgartner and I received a check but unfortunately my husband passed away and not sure I can cash the check since it is in his name. Would you issue anew check in my name? Please email or call me at 410-228-2931 or 410-463-0138 and my email is husband’s name is William Baumgartne .r

    Thank you, Nancy Baumgartner

    ADMIN – Hi Nancy,

    Two options, you can contact the class action administrator or you can use documents that prove that you are entitled to his state when cashing the check. Regardless of the route you take I can’t help you as I am not the class action administrator

  11. Donna Gainey says:

    This company kept on and kept on calling us at home after i told them i dont know how many times i was on donot call registry they kept on uuugh finally someone spoke!

  12. Judy Williams says:

    I received a settlement check and upon deposit it did not clear. I understand from Bank of America “a stop payment” was put on the check. The check was dated July 20,2017 and I deposited it November 20, 2017 because I did not receive it until then. This cost me a $35.00 fee. Please reissue check and fee for stop payment

    ADMIN – Hi Judy,

    We are not the class action administrator. You need to reach out to the class action admin directly. They may require for you to present the envelope to show the postmark.

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