Www.HessVWSettlement.com – Volkswagen Jetta Spoiler Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
You may be able to get up to $140 if you decide to take part in the Volkswagen Jetta Spoiler Class Action Lawsuit Settlement at the www.HessVWSettlement.com site. The reason for the lawsuit is because of the defective front spoilers of some of the VW Jetta models 1999-2002. The reimbursement that you get is for the repair or even the replacement of the said front spoiler. The lawsuit that this settlement will resolve is Rajina Hess and Kelly Parsons, et al. v. Volkswagen of American, Inc.
It is imperative that you take the correct legal action in the Volkswagen Jetta Spoiler Class Action Lawsuit Settlement by the deadline. The important deadlines include the deadline to file a claim form, the deadline to submit your request for exclusion, the deadline to submit your request for objection and the deadline to submit the notice of intention to appear in court. These deadlines are as follows:
- For filing a claim form – November 14, 2012
- For submitting a request to be excluded – October 17, 2012
- For submitting a request to object – October 17, 2012
- For submitting Notice of Intent to Appear in court – October 17, 2012
The Fairness Hearing will be held on November 16, 2012. In order to take part and get compensation, it is not required that you be there at the Fairness Hearing. It is totally up to you if you want to go or not. You can obtain the claim form at the settlement website at www.HessVWSettlement.com. Some other forms and documents that you are able to download include the Settlement Agreement, the Long Form Notice, the Exclusion Form, the Petition, the Answer to the Petition and the Amended Order Granting Preliminary Approval. When you submit the claim form, you will have to include your vehicle information. The things that are required include the make and model of your car, the model year, the VIN, the place you bought or leased your vehicle and also the date that you either bought or leased your car.
In addition to filling out the appropriate information, you will also be asked to include supporting documents. These can be in the form of a receipt or other proof that the repair was done. If you do not have such documentation, then you will have to provide a written statement from the place of business where you got your front spoiler either repaired or replaced. The written statement must include a certification that the invoice is not available, the person who repaired or replaced it, the date of the repair or replacement and a proof of payment. That is all the documentation that you will need to submit if you received a notice in the mail. However if you did not receive a notice in the mail, you will have to send in additional documentation. You will have to send in a valid proof of vehicle ownership. This is because if you did not receive the notice, this means that there is no record showing that you owned the vehicle. Of course one of the reasons that you may not have received the notice is because you may have moved. If that is the case you should contact the settlement administrator and inform them of this.
You have to remember to send in the claim form with all the proper documentation by the deadline. If you fail to do this, then you will not get any payments. This means that if you send in your form with all the relevant information but do not send it in on time, you will get nothing. Yes, the deadline is that important. So please do not take it lightly thinking that you can appeal and make them accept your form. This will most likely not happen unless you have a very solid reason. Also remember that if you send it in late, then you not only not get the money but you also lose all your other legal rights as you will not be able to sue or take part in other lawsuits against the company. Updates on the case and what is happening can be found at the settlement website. So if you needed to know who the Class Counsel is, you can go there and get the information.
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