State Farm Insurance Non Factory Authorized Crash Parts Class Action Settlement
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.
This is a pro rata settlement you will get an equal share of the pool
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Hale v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company,Case No. 12-cv-00660-DRH District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
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