The Glucosamine Supplement lawsuit revolves around claim that several companies that manufacture and sold this health supplement but lied about the actual health benefits of the product. If you or someone you know purchased a joint health supplement containing glucosamine from Rexall Sundown Inc., NBTY Inc including barnas sold by CVS, Equate, Equaline, Kirkland, Kroger, Osteo Bi-Flex, Safeway, Target and Walgreens brand names you might be a part of this $2 million dollar class action lawsuit. If you file a valid claim form you might receive a $50 cash settlement as a result of the Glucosamine Settlement. All claims forms MUST be received by December 3, 2013. Class members with proof of purchase will receive a cash payment of $5 per bottle purchased, up to a maximum of 10 ($50). Proof of purchase is defined as a customer receipt, the product box or bottle that shows a readable UPC code and lot number or similar documentation. If you do not have proof of purchase you can still get a settlement payment of $3 per bottle up to $12. If making a claim without purchase you will be making the claim under penalty of perjury.
Important dates in the lawsuit include:
- September 4, 2013: Settlement Fairness Hearing
- December 3, 2013: Deadline to submit a Claim Form
- August 1, 2013: Deadline to submit all Objections and Exclusion requests
The Glucosamine Settlement Claims Administrator can be reached by mail or phone at:
Philadelphia, PA 19105-0170