Class Eligibility
All persons in the United States, except those residing in Arkansas and Tennessee, who, in between July 28, 1987, and February 24, 1998, (1) were insured by a vehicle casualty insurance policy issued by Defendant State Farm and (2) made a claim for vehicle repairs pursuant to their policy and had non-factory authorized and/or non-OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) “crash parts” installed on or specified for their vehicles or else received monetary compensation determined in relation to the cost of such parts.
Estimated Amount
Varies This is a pro rata settlement; you will get an equal share of the pool.
Proof of Purchase
Yes
Case Name
Hale v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, Case No. 12-cv-00660-DRH District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
Case Summary
Plaintiffs claimed that the Defendants violated the RICO statute in an attempt to overturn, in the Illinois Supreme Court, a $1.05 billion judgment in favor of approximately 4.7 million State Farm policyholders, which would allow State Farm to avoid paying the amount of the judgment rendered in Plaintiffs’ favor in the trial court. Plaintiffs bring this class action for damages against Defendants for violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”), 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961 et seq.Basically State Farm directed over four million dollars of campaign money to Republican judge Lloyd A Karmeier. The judge actually won and reversed the case. You can learn more about it here
Settlement Pool
$250,000,000
Deadline
01/21/19
Contact
Hale v. State Farm Class Action Administrator c/o Epiq P.O. Box 5053 Portland, OR 97208-5053 1-844-420-6491

20 responses to “State Farm Insurance Non Factory Authorized Crash Parts Class Action Settlement”

  1. Miley Strickland says:

    I got a notice in the mail telling me I was included in the suit and did not have too do anything else. Do I still have to provide some sort of proof?

    ADMIN – Hi Miley,

    No. You are an automatic class member. The form is for those that did not receive notice

  2. bernard gant says:

    I would to file a claim

    ADMIN – Hi Bernard

    Use the link provided.

  3. CORTNEY GUNTER says:

    I WOULD LIKE TO FILE A CLAIM SINCE I HAVE MOVED AND NOT RECEIVED NOTICE BY MAIL.

    ADMIN – Hi Courtney,

    Please use the link provided.

  4. Nicole says:

    How do I show proof? Who keeps the receipts from over 10 years ago?

    ADMIN – Hi Nicole,

    You don’t need to show proof. You need to give approximate dates.

    • Cynthia Morris says:

      I don’t have exact dates nor do I have receipts but I know I had State Farm and filed claims, Am I able to apply?

      ADMIN – Hi Cynthia,

      Reach out to the class action administrator.

  5. Bonnie Tucholski says:

    Have since moved also

    ADMIN – Hi Bonnie,

    You can fill out a claim online.

  6. Anna says:

    I had more than one claim in that time frame, do I need to submit more than one form?

    ADMIN – Hi Anna,

    The class action administrator can provide you with clarification but from what I can see you can only submit 1

  7. jackie says:

    What are the states excluded?

    ADMIN – Hi Jackie,

    Read the section titled: Class eligibility. You will find the states listed on the first sentence.

  8. Herbert V Wright says:

    How do i file a claim, it’s been a while and don’t remember the date?

    ADMIN – Hi Herbert,

    You could first contact your insurance agent to find out the date.

  9. ralph &Catherine Paciello says:

    i believe we had Ranger 1993 insured by state farm I got a notice on this.

    ADMIN – Hi Ralph,

    If you received a notice consider filing a claim.

  10. Alisha Moore says:

    Request info on joining class action suit.

    ADMIN – Hi Alisha,

    All the info needed is on the links we provide

  11. Miguel A Turino says:

    I received a notice and wanted to know if my name is in the claim already. I did have State farm at that time.
    Where would I look that up?

    ADMIN – Hi Miguel,

    You would need to call the class action admin

  12. Tammy Gray says:

    I have State Farm and I wanna see if I’m eligible for the rebate

    ADMIN – Hi Tammy,

    You can check with the class action administrator.

  13. sandra says:

    Is State Farm the only insurance company included? What if my insurance company was another?

    ADMIN – Hi Sandra,

    Per the terms set forth in class eligibility this settlement pertains to State Farm only. If you have another insurance company this settlement does not apply to you.

  14. Angela says:

    What if my husband and I are insured with the same State Farm agent and each of us
    filed a claim for our own vehicle in that time period.

    ADMIN – Hi Angela,

    Check with the class action administrator. I believe you might be able to pull that off. Not sure if the case has a household clause.

  15. Sandra Johnson says:

    I would like to see if I might have a claim. That is how an adjuster recently appraised the repairs for their insured hitting me.

    ADMIN – Hi Sandra,

    You can reach out to the class action administrator to see if you have a claim.

  16. Barbara Angus says:

    How would I know if the parts that were replaced qualify? It has been several years, and I had no reason to keep receipts, etc.

  17. Elvira Cork says:

    I was insured with State Farm when I had an accident.

  18. Lakita says:

    My mom died years ago and received a check. I was her sole heir. What do I need to do?

    ADMIN – Hi Lakita, Thank you for your message, and sorry for your loss. However, there appears to be a misunderstanding. We (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please check the settlement website for any settlement check concerns, updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

  19. Fred W. Rose says:

    Who is the class action administrator? My brother received a check, made out to my deceased father. I was the family administrator but he refused to tell me the amount of the check or even see the check. What are my options?

    ADMIN – Hi Fred, Thank you for your message, and sorry for your loss. However, there appears to be a misunderstanding. We (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies. Please check the settlement website for any settlement check concerns, updates on the issue, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.