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To Be Determined
3M & Dupont
Who we are.
Class Action Refund is a leading third-party claims-filing company that offers full-service claims monitoring and management. We are not class counsel or a claims administrator. Founded in 2003, we have extensive experience managing various class member claims, specifically complex settlement recoveries in claims management, business administration, legal, technology, research, and finance.
How we can help.
Class Action Refund can help your company recover its portion of the Settlement by managing all aspects of your claim, including claim filing, communications with the claims administrator, and audit responses. By organizing and handling all the forms and data associated with filing your claim, we will ensure that it meets all requirements and is submitted accurately. By utilizing Class Action Refund’s claims-filing service, your company will incur no upfront costs and recover the appropriate amount due back to you.
What is PFAS?
PFAS stands for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. They are also known as “forever chemicals”. They are a large, complex group of synthetic chemicals that have been used in consumer products around the world since the 1950s. They are ingredients in various everyday products. For example, PFAS are used to keep food from sticking to packaging or cookware, make clothes and carpets resistant to stains, and create more effective firefighting foam. PFAS molecules have a chain of linked carbon and fluorine atoms. Because the carbon-fluorine bond is one of the strongest, these chemicals do not degrade easily in the environment.
What is Phase One of the Settlement?
The Phase One Action Fund is for an Active Public Water System in the United States that has one or more Impacted Water Systems as of June 22, 2023. “Impacted Water System” means a Water Source that has a Qualifying Test Result showing a Measurable Concentration of PFAS.
Who is qualified for Phase One of the Settlement?
A Phase One Qualifying Class Member is an Active Public Water System in the United States that has one or more Impacted Water Systems as of June 22, 2023. Each Phase One Qualifying Class Member must test each of its Water Sources for PFAS; request from the laboratory that performs the analyses all analytical results, including the actual numeric values of all analytical results; and submit or cause the testing laboratory to submit detailed PFAS test results to the Claims Administrator on a Claim Form.