NRWA Member Update:
In Re: Liquid Aluminum Sulfate Antitrust Litigation
NRWA would like to make our members aware of the information below. NRWA will not receive any financial benefit from your participation in this settlement and is not affiliated with FRS, nor receives any financial benefit from their company.
FRS is a premier class action claims management firm that can help you recover funds from the settlements reached in the In Re: Liquid Aluminum Sulfate Antitrust Litigation. To be eligible to recover from the $111 million recovered for direct purchasers of Alum, you must have purchased Alum in the U.S. directly from one of the defendants from January 1, 1997 to February 28, 2011. To be eligible to recover from the $33.625 million recovered for indirect purchasers of Alum, you must have indirectly purchased it (that is, purchased it from an entity other than the defendants or their co-conspirators), not for resale, from January 1,1997 through February 28, 2011, and it must have been shipped or billed to a location in one of the 30 eligible states, Washington D.C. or Puerto Rico. Because many municipalities or treatment facilities purchased Alum to treat potable water and wastewater, you may be eligible to obtain a recovery from either of the settlements.
THE DEADLINE TO FILE A CLAIM FOR THE DIRECT PURCHASER SETTLEMENT IS DECEMBER 26, 2019. With the holiday season just about upon us, we urge you to act soon. The deadline to file a claim to recover from the Indirect Purchaser settlements is February 15, 2020.
About Financial Recovery Strategies: FRS was founded over eleven years ago with the mission of recovering for its clients as much as possible while providing best-in-class services with no financial risk. We have obtained for our clients, which exceed 18,000 in number, over $200 million from various class action other settlements.
FRS has created a dedicated portal for NRWA’s members. Click here to view FRS’s Class Action Summary and retention forms (which can include both settlements and be signed electronically).
A database that contains records of eligible purchases from one of the Defendants was made available to the Claims Administrator for the direct purchaser settlements. Therefore, you may not need to search old records to recover from the $111 million settlement fund. If you purchased Alum indirectly, you may be required to provide records to support your claim (the eligibility requirements may be viewed by clicking the link below).
If you have any questions, please contact Jeremy Wajs from FRS at 201-853-1251 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please review the Class Action Summary and the retention forms for more information about FRS’s services.