www.steinoreclasssettlement.com – File Claim Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Lawsuit

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Steinore Class Settlement

A mind-smacking 2.5 million dollar settlement has been proposed to resolve issues in the class action lawsuit entitled Steinore v. Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Co.,

The case is under review in the Superior Court for the State of Washington, Pierce County.

Please visit www.steinoreclasssettlement.com to file a claim or obtain more details.

Class members have until 9/9/2019 to file a claim.

Who is a class member?

According to the terms of the settlement, the following people will want to file a claim…

Individuals insured by Mutual of Enumclaw under a Washington policy issued in Washington state who were paid for the total loss of their vehicle(s) under one of their Enumclaw First Party Coverages (comprehensive, collision, UIM) and received a total loss valuation from Enumclaw based on an Autosource estimate between Sept. 1, 2011 and March 15, 2019.


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SteinoreClassSettlement.com Contact Points

  • Steinore v. Mutual of Enumclaw c/o Epiq P.O. Box 4028 Portland, OR 97208-4028
  • 1-253-302-5955
  • Stephen M. Hansen LAW OFFICES OF STEPHEN M. HANSEN PS
  • Scott P. Nealey LAW OFFICE OF SCOTT P. NEALEY

Mutual of Enumclaw will be represented by Steven Caplow from the law firm of DAVIS WRIGHT TREMAINE LLP.

Proof of purchase?

Class members will need to provide A Unique ID when submitting a claim online.

Visit www.steinoreclasssettlement.com/Home/SubmitClaim to file a claim now.

Remember: you are submitting your claim under penalty of perjury.

Do not file a claim if you do not meet the requirements.

Finally how much money will class members receive

The exact amount of money SteinoreClassSettlement class members will receive is not known at this point.

The class action administrator has made the following statement, however;

Varies depending on the original total loss payment received from Mutual of Enumclaw. A rough payment estimate can be determined by multiplying the amount Enumclaw paid by 3.5 percent.

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