Denied Service at Trader Joes?

You may be able to get some cash.

This is information about a class action settlement which may benefit individuals with disabilities.

Wheelchair shoppingThe proposed settlement pertains to people with physical or sensory disabilities who have shopped at Trader Joe’s from June 22, 2009 (and through July 9, 2018) and been denied services on the basis of their disability.
The suit refers specifically to people who use wheelchairs or scooters, and to those who live with visual or hearing impairments. Consumers fitting this description may be eligible to receive a portion of the proposed class action settlement. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
For more information about this lawsuit and proposed settlement, and to find out if you or people you know are qualified claimants, please use the following contact.   There are forms on the website to make a claim.
Perez, et al. v. Trader Joe’s Company
c/o Simpluris, Inc.
P.O. Box 26170
Santa Ana, CA 92799
(888) 836-1697

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