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Synder vs Farmers

Nealey Law represents members of a Class of a Certified Class of Insureds of Farmers Insurance Company of Washington and Mid-Century Insurance Company who had accidents after December 12, 2007  where their losses were covered under their Comprehensive or Collision Coverage under a Washington insurance policy issued before August 17, 2009 (after which Farmers excluded Diminished Value from coverage) who did not receive Diminished Value when their claims were adjusted by Farmers.   After a hearing lasting over two days, the Court certified the Proposed Class of Farmers insureds on April 15, 2015.   Prior to Class Certification, Farmers filed a motion which sought to limit its liability under Moeller.  We opposed this motion, and the Court rejected Farmers' arguments.  Read the Court’s Order rejecting Farmers arguments. 

 

After further proceedings the matter was settled in the summer of 2016 for $10,737,245, which represents $865 per claim in the Class.  The settlement was approved  on December 2, 2016.  Click here to read the Court’s Order Preliminarily Approving the Settlement.

Checks to insureds have been mailed and challenged claims are now being addressed.

 

 

 

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VEHICLE DIMINISHED VALUE  CLASS ACTION LITIGATION

Robertson, et., all, v. Valley Communications Center

Along with our Co-counsel Stephen Hansen and Kris Zucconi, Nealey Law represents a Class of 911 dispatchers and call handlers employed by the regional 911 dispatch center for Southern King County Washington who were made to work off the clock before and after their ten hour shifts.  After extensive briefing, the Washington Superior Court Certified a Class of all of the approximately 130 dispatchers/call handlers employed by Valley Comm since March 17, 2013.   Read the Superior Court’s May 18, 2017 Order Certifying the Class.

 

On June 16, 2017, the Superior Court denied Valley Comm’s Motion to Clarify and Correct the Class Certification Order. Notice is currently being sent, after which the matter will be prepared for trial.

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EMPLOYMENT CLASS

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Johnson vs. USAA

In a case filed by Nealey Law and their co-counsel on July 15, 2014, in which Class Certification was filed on September 2, 2015, on May 3, 2016,  the Washington Superior Court approved on October 6, 2016 a settlement between USAA Insureds who had Uninsured Motorist Property Damage Claims after July 1, 2008 and did not receive Diminished Value when their claims were adjusted and USAA, USAA Casualty Insurance Company, USAA General Insurance Company, and Garrison Property and Casualty Insurance Company.   Click here to read the approval order.

The settlement provides $5,947,200 to pay claims of those members of the Class who submit timely and valid claim forms by October 3, 2016.  The case is now in final settlement administration.

 

 

 

 

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Meyer v. AmFam

Nealey Law, along with our co-counsel, represents members of a Class of Insureds of American Family Mutual Insurance Company with Washington Policies whose claims were covered under the Uninsured/Underinsured (“UIM”) policies and did not have their claims properly adjusted to compensate them for diminished value.   After extensive fact and expert discovery, full briefing and argument, the proposed Class – which includes around 2700 AmFam insureds – was certified by Federal Judge Ronald B. Leighton, on September 2, 2015.   Read the Court's order.
 
After the Class was certified, it was resolved for $2,394,320, with final approval being granted on June 3, 2016.   Settlement payments to those who submitted valid claims were paid in the fall of 2016.

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Nealey Law is a trial-focused law firm litigating complex class actions and personal injury cases nationwide.   We are based in San Francisco, and Scott P. Nealey is licensed in California, but work nationally, usually in conjunction with other law firms and lawyers.  We represent clients in individual, group, and class action lawsuits in federal and state courts.

 

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