This is another of the lender placed insurance settlements. This time it is with U.S. Bank. The name of the case is Jackson v. U.S. Bank, N.A. and American Security Insurance Company. Lender placed insurance is insurance that is placed on the property of the person with the mortgage loan. The reason that the insurance is placed on the property by the lender is because the owner of the property has allowed the insurance on the property to lapse. Or the borrower does not have a homeowner’s insurance policy that is sufficient. You will have to send in a claim form in order to get payment from this case. You can get more information on how to do this at the www.JacksonSettlementInfo.com site.
If you did not get a U.S. Bank Force-Placed Insurance Class Action Lawsuit Settlement claim form you can go to the settlement site and get a copy. Actually you have three options. One of them is to send in a claim form online. Another option is for you to download the English version of the claim form. The third option is to download a Spanish version of the claim form. If you do not mind entering your personal information online, then you should submit your claims online. If you do not feel comfortable entering your personal information online, then go ahead and download the claim form and enter the information and mail it. Whichever method you choose, you have to send in the claim form by August 12, 2016. Right at the beginning of the claim form there is information on how to fill out the form. You can read it if you do not know how to fill out the form.
The first thing you have to fill out is your name. If there is a co-borrower, then the co-borrower’s name will have to be added as a co-claimant. Then you will have to provide your current address. You will also have to provide the state where the property is located. You will also have to provide your date of birth. If there is a co-claimant, then you will also have to provide this information for the co-claimant. You will also have to provide your home telephone number and your social security number. Only provide the last four numbers of your social. Do not provide all the numbers. If there is a co-claimant, then that co-claimant’s social security number will also need to be provided. Again only provide the last four numbers.
You will then have to answer some questions. You will have to answer if you had to pay for a lender placed insurance and you still owe or you have not paid the premium. The second questions asks if you had to pay for a lender placed insurance and you paid all of it or a portion of it. Based on answers given to the two questions, you will then have to fill out different portions of the claim form. If you said Yes to the first question, then you will have to fill out Section 1 only. If you said Yes to the second question, then you will have to fill out both Sections 1 and 2.
Section 1 of the U.S. Bank Force-Placed Insurance Class Action Lawsuit Settlement claim form consists of entering the date and the signatures of the claimant and co-claimant if any. You will also fill out the last four numbers of your social security number and also the last four numbers of the social security number of your co-claimant. Section 2 consists of verification of identity of the claimant. You have four options here. You can provide the signature of the witness. This witness must be 18 years or older. Another option is to provide a valid identification that has a picture of you. It must also contain a signature. You can also provide a copy of your mortgage statement from U.S. Bank. Finally you can also provide a notary verification. For options 1 and 2, the relevant forms are provided with your claim form. You will just have to fill either one out and send it in. You do not have to provide all four. Just select one of the options above.
For Option 1, you will have to enter the signature of the witness and the date that the witness signed the form. You will also need to provide an address of the witness. In addition, you should provide the phone number of the witness. For the Option 4 form, you will have to take this to the notary public. Remember that you have to sign in front of the notary public. So do not sign the form beforehand. You will fill out your name and whatever other information that the notary public may want you to fill out. Some other portions will be filled out by the notary public. Then you will be asked to sign the form. The notary public will also sign and will provide the notary seal. This is not valid without the seal.
If you have questions about this case, you can go to the www.JacksonSettlementInfo.com site to get the answers. One of the questions could be what the class period is. You will find this answer under the “Who Is A Settlement Class Member?” questions. Basically the class period is at any time between April 8, 2009 to June 30, 2015. Another popular question that a lot of people may want to know is if you have a lawyer in this case. The answer is yes. The court has appointed three law firms to help you. One of the law firms is Harke Clasby & Bushman LLP. The lawyer from that firm that has been assigned to this case is Lance A. Harke. The second law firm is Podhurst Orseck, P.A. The lawyer from this firm that has been assigned to the case is Aaron S. Podhurst. The last law firm is Kozyak, Tropin & Throckmorton, P.A. The lawyer from this firm that has been assigned to this case is Adam M. Moskowitz. You can reach out to any of the law firms and to any of the lawyers assigned to the case. The complete mailing address is provided on the settlement website. You can also either call them or send them a fax.
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