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If you had a covered claim for water damage under a State Farm homeowner’s insurance policy between January 22, 2008 and January 24, 2017, a class action lawsuit may affect your rights. 
  • State Farm policyholders have sued State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, alleging that State Farm breached its homeowners’ policies in Georgia by failing to assess for and to pay for diminished value arising from water-damage claims covered under the policies.
  • The Court has allowed one of the claims in the lawsuit to be a class action on behalf of all former or current homeowners insurance policyholders of State Farm who, between January 22, 2008 and January 24, 2017, presented a water-damage claim for which State Farm provided homeowners’ coverage and for which the policyholder was not paid diminished value.
  • The class is certified only for the claim based on State Farm’s failure to assess for diminished value. The claim based on State Farm’s failure to pay diminished value is not part of the class action.
  • The Court has not decided whether State Farm did anything wrong. There is no money available now, and no guarantee there will be.
  • To ask to be excluded, you must act before July 17, 2017.
  • Lawyers must prove the claims against State Farm at an upcoming trial. If money or benefits are obtained from State Farm, you will be notified about how to ask for a share.
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