Freezer Settlement: Whirlpool Defective Refrigerators Lawsuit (Claim $150)

Whirlpool Freezer Class Action Settlement

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Whirlpool claiming they made freezers that were common to freezer drain tube blockage, which may result in ice build-up on the floor of the freezer compartment, and in some instances, water leakage.

Visit to file a claim and learn more about the case.

The case is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and is listed as case number 5:15-cv-05764-BLF.

Class members will be represented by Graham B. LippSmith and Jaclyn L. Anderson from the law firm of Kasdan LippSmith Weber Turner LLP. Contact Info

  • MAIL: Corzine v. Whirlpool Corp. Settlement Attn: Settlement Administrator 1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210 Philadelphia, PA 19103
  • PHONE: 1-833-456-8243
  • EMAIL:

Freezer Settlement Dates to Remember

  • 10/21/2019: Postmark Deadline to Mail Requests for Exclusion
  • 10/21/2109: Deadline to Mail Objections to Counsel and the Administrator
  • 11/22/2019: Settlement fairness hearing (class members do not need to attend this hearing in order to collect a settlement award)
  • 12/21/2019: Deadline to Contact Whirlpool about a Future Freezing Event for Eligible Models in Group A (must be reported to Whirlpool at 1-888-900-7957 within 90 days after experiencing the Freezing Event and be within 5 years of purchase)

Who should file a claim?

Anyone in the United States (legal residents only) who purchased a Refrigerator manufactured by Whirlpool between 2009 and 2018.

A list of refrigerators associated with the lawsuit can be found at

Who cannot file a claim?

(1) officers, directors, and employees of Defendant and its parents and subsidiaries; (2) insurers of Class Members; (3) subrogees (someone who has assumed the rights of another person) or all entities that claim to be subrogated to the rights of a Class Refrigerator purchaser, a Class Refrigerator owner, or a Class Member; and (4) all third-party issuers or providers of extended warranties or service contracts for the Class Refrigerator.

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