If you do not want a benefit from this settlement, but you want to maintain your right to sue or continue to sue the Defendant on your own about the legal issues in this case, you must have taken steps to exclude yourself from the Settlement Class. This is sometimes referred to as “opting out” of the Settlement Class. Opting out gives you the right to bring your own lawsuit but does not guarantee that your own lawsuit will be successful.
You may have “opted out” or excluded yourself from the settlement as explained below.
REQUESTS FOR EXCLUSION THAT ARE NOT POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE MAY 11, 2020 WILL NOT BE HONORED.
You cannot exclude yourself by telephone or by e-mail. You also cannot exclude yourself by mailing a request to any location other than that specified below or by mailing a request after the deadline. You also cannot exclude yourself as part of a group, aggregate, or class involving more than one consumer.
If you excluded yourself, you should promptly consult your own attorney about your rights as the time to file an individual lawsuit is limited.
To exclude yourself from the settlement, you must have completed the Exclusion Request form attached to the Notice by selecting “I am opting out” where indicated, or sent a letter stating that you want to be excluded from the settlement of Stewart v. Early Warning Services, LLC., including: (1) the name of this lawsuit, Stewart v. Early Warning Services, LLC, Civil Action No. 2:18-cv-03277-CCC-SCM; (2) your full name, current address, and telephone number; (3) a statement of intention to exclude yourself from the settlement; and (4) your signature. You must have mailed your Exclusion Request so that it was postmarked no later than May 11, 2020 to:
Exclusion Requests – Stewart v. Early Warning Services, LLC Settlement
c/o JND Legal Administration
PO Box 91365
Seattle, WA 98111