CoolantPipeSettlement.com – Porsche Cayenne Coolant Pipe Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

CoolantPipeSettlement.com – Porsche Cayenne Coolant Pipe Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

If you have a Porsche that you have bought or leased and the car has a V8 engine then you may be able to get compensation in this case. The model year of the car has to be 2003 – 2006. The case is known as the In Re: Porsche Cars North America, Inc. Plastic Coolant Tubes Products Liability Litigation. The case number is 2:11-MD-2233. The only way to get the compensation is through a claim form. You will be able to get your coolant pipe repaired or paid for if you have already repaired it yourself. You can find out more at the coolantpipesettlement.com site.

If you did not submit the claim form on time, then you may not be eligible. There is a table to show how much you can claim for. Those coolant pipe repairs or replacement can be quite costly. So it will be good to get some kind of compensation to help you pay for the cost. Or to get it replaced for free. Looking at the prices provided in the table, I certainly would not have been able to fpay for it myself. But then I do not own a Porsche. I guess for someone who can afford a Porsche, it would be nothing. You can view this table at the coolantpipesettlement.com site. Just click on the FAQS link. One of the things you need to know is that if you were already reimbursed for the repairs or replacement, you will not be able to take part and get compensation. If you are not sure, make sure that you contact the settlement administrator. Do not assume that you will not get anything. It is better to be safe than sorry.

However the deadline for you to submit the claims has passed. So if you were not sure and you did not fill out the form, then you will be stuck as a class member who will not get anything. If you wanted to get out, you could have by sending in a request by February 10, 2014. This date has also passed so if you did not do it by that date, then you also cannot exclude yourself. However, do contact the settlement administrator and find out what your options are. Even though the deadlines are usually adhered to strictly, you may never know. Each case is different so do not assume by any means.

The one thing that you can do also is to contact the class counsel. The court has appointed legal counsel to assist you. In this case, they are from 7 different firms. You can contact anyone of them. Since they are scattered all over the nation, I would suggest that you find one that is closest to you.  There is one in Burlingame, California. Another is in Columbus, Ohio. There is also one in Boston, Massachusetts. There is also another in Chicago, Illinois. The last three are in Houston, Texas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and White Plains, New York.

The attorneys’ fees will be $4 million. At least that is the amount that is being asked for. Other amounts that are asked for include payment to the plaintiffs. The amount being asked for this is $5000 each. Meaning $5000 for each plaintiff. An amount up to $250,000 is also requested for expenses. All these amounts will be decided upon during the Fairness Hearing. This hearing will be held on March 10, 2014. This will take place at 9 a.m.

If you need more information for the Porsche Cayenne Coolant Pipe Class Action Lawsuit Settlement, there is a toll free number that is provided on the website that you can call. An address is also provided for the settlement administrator if you would rather write. Many people just call because that is the fastest method of communication and you can get immediate answers to your questions. It is also better because you will be able to clear any confusion or provide any clarification that is required or needed. If you have not yet decided what to do, I am afraid there is nothing that you can do since the deadlines have all passed for you to take any kind of legal action. However, as I mentioned above, do contact either the settlement administrator or class counsel and discuss with them what you can do.

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