A mind-blowing $24.5 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Jerome Skochin, et al. v. Genworth Life Insurance Company.
The case is numbered 3:19-cv-00049-REP and is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Visit www.longtermcareinsurancesettlement.com to file a claim online today!
Contrary to popular belief class members do not need to file a claim… please learn more about the $100 credit in this settlement by clicking here.
If you are not happy with the 24 million dollar settlement you will have until June 13, 2020, to file an objection or exclude yourself.
LongTermCareInsuranceSettlement.com Contact Points
- Mail: Skochin v. Genworth Settlement Administrator c/o Epiq Global P.O. Box 4230 Portland, OR 97208-4230
- Email: admin@LongTermCareInsuranceSettlement.com
- Phone: 1-833-991-1532
Who should file a claim?
Anyone in the United States who “Policyholders of Class Policies excluding: (1) those Policyholders of Class Policies whose policies went into Non-Forfeiture Status prior to January 1, 2014; (2) those Policyholders of Class Policies that entered a Fully Paid-Up Status at any time up to the date the Class Notice is mailed; (3) any Policyholder whose Class Policy is lapsed and is outside any period Genworth allows for the Class Policy to be automatically reinstated with payment of past-due premium, or whose Class Policy has otherwise terminated, as of the date of the Class Notice; or any Policyholder whose Class Policy is lapsed and is outside any period Genworth allows for the Class Policy to be automatically reinstated with payment of past-due premium or has otherwise terminated, as of the date the Special Election Letter would otherwise be mailed to the Policyholder; (4) Genworth’s current officers, directors, and employees as of the date Class Notice is mailed; and (5) Judge Robert E. Payne and his immediate family and staff.” – www.longtermcareinsurancesettlement.com
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- Proof is not needed
- Class members will automatically receive the credit
- A fairness hearing will take place on or around 7/10/2020
Class Members may also opt to reduced premiums in the future or reduced benefits by responding to a special election letter within 90 days of receipt.