If You Made a Claim with Progressive Select Insurance Company in Florida for Total Vehicle Loss, a Class Action Lawsuit May Affect Your Rights
May 10, 2021 — Exclusion/opt-out deadline
An insured of Progressive Select Insurance Company in the State of Florida, William South, alleges Progressive Select paid him and others similarly situated less for the total loss of their vehicles than the amounts they were entitled to recover under their insurance policies and/or a Florida insurance statute.
- The Court is allowing to proceed as a class action this lawsuit covering all persons insured under a personal automobile insurance policy issued by Progressive Select in Florida who made a claim under the physical damage coverage of their policies which Progressive Select accepted and paid as a total loss using the Mitchell Work Center Total Loss system (WCTL) from September 18, 2013 to January 20, 2021.
The Court has not decided whether Progressive Select did anything wrong, and Progressive Select denies the allegations against it. There is no money available now and no certainty there will be. However, your legal rights are affected, and you have a choice to make now:
|YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS LAWSUIT:|
|Stay in this lawsuit. Await the outcome. Give up certain rights. By doing nothing, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement in this case. But you give up any right to sue Progressive Select separately on any claim that is or could have been included in in this lawsuit.|
|Get out of this lawsuit. Get no benefits from it. Keep your rights. If you ask to be excluded from the lawsuit and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But you keep any right to sue Progressive Select separately on the claims in this lawsuit.|
These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained in this Notice.
Claims against Progressive Select must be proven. If money or other benefits are obtained from Progressive Select, you will be notified about how those benefits will be distributed to you.
Questions? Read this Notice, click here.