District of Columbia Cost of Living Adjustment Lawsuit
- If you’re a D.C. union worker who was injured on the job from 2004 to 2007, you could have a settlement check coming your way!
- A final hearing will take place on Feb. 19, 2019, and payments will be issued a few months after that
- This class action lawsuit alleges that the District of Columbia underpaid the “cost of living” estimate during this time period to injured workers
If you were a Washington, D.C. union worker who was injured on the job from 2004 to 2007, you could be in line for some free money thanks to a class action lawsuit!
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What is the lawsuit about? In short, the class action suit claims that D.C. union workers were not paid the proper amount of cost of living benefits while they were receiving their injury compensation. To be eligible for this lawsuit, you must have been a union worker in the D.C. district, must have been injured on the job, and must have received benefits from June 27 of 2004 to October of 2007.
The amount that each eligible claimant in the D.C. cost of living lawsuit receives depends on how many eligible claims are received overall. It’s estimated though, that the payment will be from less than $100 to over $2,000! So if you were a union worker during this time frame, you need to get your claim in, because this could be a nice settlement check! Don’t miss out on filing your claim and leave money just sitting on the table.
Wondering when you’ll receive your payment in the District of Columbia union class action lawsuit? A final hearing date is set for February 19 of 2019. If approved, final payment will be issued a few months after that date.
To contact the administrator of the D.C. Cost of Living Lawsuit:
- P.O. Box 10727, Tallahassee, FL 32302-2727
- 1 (855) 615-4344