Allstate Homeowners Insurance Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Did you file a insurance claim  for structural losses with Allstate between the dates of September 6, 1996 and December 6, 2010 and was determined to be covered by a Homeowners Insurance Policy issued by Allstate, and received a payout?  If you answered yes to all of these questions you could very well be a class member in the Allstate Homeowners Insurance class action lawsuit entitled Feely and Beeson v. Allstate County Mutual Insurance Company, Case No. CV-2004-294-3A.  The Circuit Court of Miller County, Arkansas has jurisdiction over this case.

The amount of money you can receive under the Allstate settlement will be between 10% and 17.5% of the amount previously paid by Allstate to you to complete the repairs, depending on the method by which the estimate was generated, excluding amounts paid for emergency remediation services, debris removal, licensed professionals, and any specialty contractor overhead and profit or GCO&P previously paid by Allstate.
Important dates are as follow:
April 22, 2011 is the deadline to object to the lawsuit.
May 6, 2011 is the fairness hearing date at the Miller County Court House, Texarkana, Arkansas.
June 6, 2011 is the deadline for all claim forms.
December 2, 2011 is the estimated date of Claim form determination.
A potential claimant MUST submit a Claim Form to ask for a payment under the settlement.  A user can find a claim form at  If you have to file more than one claim please use separate claim forms.  A “Structural loss” means physical damage to a home, mobile or manufactured home, condo, farm/ranch or rental dwelling in the United States while covered by a homeowners insurance policy issued by Allstate.
More details about the Allstate Homeowners Insurance Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at