Public Storage Insurance Lawsuit
- If you rented a storage building from Public Storage in Florida from 2010 to 2015, you may be eligible for a free settlement check thanks to a class action suit
- If you’re filing a claim in the Public Storage class action lawsuit, you must submit your eligible claim by January 11, 2016
- You do not need to pay anything to join the class action lawsuit against Public Storage
Did you rent a Public Storage facility in the state of Florida between May of 2010 and June of 2015? If you did, you could have a free check coming your way thanks to a class action lawsuit against Public Storage.
What is the lawsuit about? Essentially, this lawsuit alleges that Public Storage personal storage facilities in Florida didn’t properly allocate funds paid for insurance. They’re accused of keeping up to 75% of insurance premiums instead of sending these payments to the third party insurer.
Who’s eligible for this lawsuit? Anyone who rented a Public Storage unit from May of 2010 through June of 2015, and paid for the additional insurance. Employees of Public Storage are exempt from this class action suit. Your claim must be received by January 11, 2016 to be considered valid.
How much the settlement will be in the Public Storage class action suit will be depends on how many submit eligible claims. But it’s estimated that the claim could be over $50! So this is a settlement that’s definitely worth your time to fill out. Your claim can quickly and easily be filled out and sent online, and it should take you less than 10 minutes to finish!
To contact the claims administrator of the Public Storage class action suit:
- Grossman Roth, P.A., David M. Buckner, Esq., Seth E. Miles, Esq., Brett E. von Borke, Esq., 2525 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 1150, Coral Gables, Florida 33134