Ginger Ale Settlement
A 2.45 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Fitzhenry-Russell, et al. v. The Coca-Cola Company.
The case is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
You can file a claim at www.gingeralesettlement.com.
Claim forms are due no later than 9/5/2019.
Class members claim that Seagram’s Ginger Ale products are falsely labeled with “real ginger” claims.
By labeling the product with “real ginger” it made class members think they were receiving real ginger root.
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Who should file a claim?
Legal residents of the United States who purchased any Seagram’s Ginger Ale products between April 1, 2013, and June 13, 2019. A 2-liter bottle, a 20-ounce bottle, a 12-pack of 12-ounce cans, or a 10-pack of 7.5-ounce cans would each be considered a single product.
GingerAleSettlement.com Contact Info
- Seagram’s Ginger Ale Settlement RG/2 Claims Administration LLC P.O. Box 59479 Philadelphia, PA 19102-9479
How much money will class members receive?
The exact amount is unknown but…
Claims for 1-5 units will be compensated with $4. If Class Members do not provide proof of purchase, they can claim up to 13 units per household and receive a payment of $10.40.
With proof of purchase, Class Members can collect up to $80 for 100 units – assuming that at least 87 of these units are accompanied with proof of purchase.
GingerAleSettlement.com Class Member Counsel
- Marie McCrary
- Seth Safier
- Adam Gutride
The above lawyers are from the law firm GUTRIDE SAFIER LLP.
Proof of Purchase Required?
Class members who want to claim more than 13 units will have to provide a receipt of purchase.
Class members who are filing a claim for less than 13 units do not have to submit proof of purchase.