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How do i find unclaimed money from a lawsuit?

Anaheim, CA |
Filed under: Class action

While i was a st farm car insurance client there was a class action lawsuit in california. st farm added a surcharge or extra fee to those client who didnt pay yearly. they had tacked on an extra $2 a month to those who paid monthly or every 6 months. it was decided that this was not fair and a class action lawsuit went thru in clients favor. i cant find the results anywhere and i have moved since. what archive or files do i need to go to?

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If you have been notified that you are a member of a class that has settled a claim with or won a judgement against State Farm, you should be able to call the court where the case was filed for more information. If you think you think you have unclaimed property, you can search the unclaimed property databases that are created and managed by the various states. California has a website at the following link:

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I would contact State Farm directly and ask them about the lawsuit and make a claim under whatever procedures they had set up. If there was a class aciton they would have a record.

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If you were a member of the class, legal counsel for the class would know. Otherwise, I encourage you to check googlescholar or another legal research site to see if the case is posted. Legal counsel in your community is likely to be of help if you have no other option.

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