Prescription Call Settlement
- Class members claim Walgreens violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act through the use of prerecorded calls
- The lawsuit claims Walgreens contact pharmacy customers’ cell phones advising them their prescriptions were due for refills
- Cash settlements are available to those who qualify
- Class members in the Walgreens Prescription refill lawsuit are defined as anyone who on or before April 3, 2015 received a Prerecorded Prescription Call to their cellular telephone in regards to a prescription refill
- A $11,000,000 settlement pool has been ordered by the court
- The lawsuit is officially entitled Kolinek v. Walgreen Co., Case No. 13-cv-04806, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
Class members who elect to stay in the Prescription Call lawsuit will automatically be represented by big wig lawyers Jay Edelson, Rafey S. Balabanian, Ryan D. Andrews and the notorious Benjamin H. Richman.
Walgreens Prescription Refill TCPA Settlement Q&A
- The court made a preliminarily approval on April 3, 2015
- Class members may receive a $15 settlement payment depending on how many people file claims
- Class members have until July 22, 2015 to file a claim
- A Prescription Call Settlement fairness hearing will take place on 8/5/15 (class members are not required to attend)
- Walgreens will be forced to change how they notify customers that there prescriptions are due for a refill
- Class members claim the Telephone Consumer Protection Act was violated as a result of these pre recorded phone messages
Any questions about the case can be directed to 1-877-392-3209 or by mail via: Kolinek v. Walgreen Co. Settlement Administrator, P.O. Box 43358, Providence, RI 02940-3358. Walgreens has hired the legendary Bradley J. Andreozzi to defend their interest in the this million dollar prescription lawsuit. When filing out a prescription refill claim form the class member will have to provide their name, the cell phone number at which they received the Prerecorded Prescription Call(s) and sign a sworn statement that they received these calls “without consent”.