Is Your Business a Third-Party Payor That Purchased, Paid for, and/or Reimbursed for Prescription Drugs? You May be Eligible to Recover Money!
Various purchase dates and locations.
Eligible Class Members
If you are a Third-Party Payor (“TPP”) and purchased, paid for, and/or reimbursed for prescription drugs, you may be eligible to recover from one or more of the dozens of class action lawsuits that involve the sale or purchase of pharmaceuticals. Generally, TPPs are insurance companies, healthcare benefit providers, health maintenance organizations, union health and welfare plans, self-funded health and welfare plans, and any other health benefit provider and/or entity that contracts with a health insurance company or other entity to serve as a third-party claims administrator to administer their prescription drug benefits. TPPs also include entities that may provide prescription drug benefits for current or former public employees and/or retirees
and private entities that provide pharmacy benefits for a state Medicaid program or Medicare Part D, but only to the extent that the entity was at risk for the cost of the payment(s). This definition may vary per class action.
Various Filing Deadlines
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Third-Party Payor Case History
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If a monetary settlement is obtained, information about it will be
available from Class Counsel. Please understand that you have the
right to file on your own if and when there is a monetary settlement.
This is not an official Court Notice. Information contained in this Summary is subject to change. Class Counsel or the Settlement Administrator may be contacted for additional settlement information. You also may visit the Court-approved website, once it is available. Please understand that you have the right to file on your own. The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.