Cozzitorto, et al. v. AAA NCNU, et al.

www.AAANCNUClassAction.com


Overview

If you were a Contract Worker (as a driver, dispatcher, fleet mechanic, administrator or manager/supervisor)

To: All persons from December 13, 2009 up to and through November 20, 2017 who performed emergency road service (as a driver, dispatcher, fleet mechanic, administrator or manager/supervisor) for American Automobile Association of Northern California, Nevada & Utah (“AAA NCNU”) in the State of California for at least an average of 30 hours per week or more but who were not classified as employees by AAA NCNU, who: a) have not settled or released their claims in the above-referenced class action lawsuit; b) have not opted-out of the above-referenced class action lawsuit; and c) have not been otherwise excluded from participating in the above-referenced class action lawsuit by the Court (the “Class”).

The NOTICE is of a proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit, and an announcement of a court hearing that you may choose to attend. Your rights may be affected by the legal proceedings in this action. The Court will conduct a hearing on May 9, 2019 to address whether the proposed settlement should be approved (“Final Approval Hearing”). You may be entitled to receive a payment under the terms of this class action settlement contained in the Settlement Agreement.

Your Legal Rights and Options In This Settlement
Return the Claim Form to the Settlement Administrator The deadline to submit a claim passed on March 7, 2019.
Object The deadline to submit an objection passed on February 20, 2019.
Go to a Hearing Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement.


For Contract Stations:

To: All Contract Stations in the State of California which contracted with American Automobile Association of Northern California, Nevada & Utah (“AAA NCNU”) to provide emergency road service from January 1, 2011 up to and through November 20, 2017 which: a) have not settled or released their claims in the above-referenced class action lawsuit; b) have not opted-out of the above-referenced class action lawsuit; and c) have not been otherwise excluded from participating in the above-referenced class action lawsuit by the Court (the “Class”).

The NOTICE is of a proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit, and an announcement of a court hearing that you may choose to attend. Your rights may be affected by the legal proceedings in this action. The Court will conduct a hearing on May 9, 2019 to address whether the proposed settlement should be approved (“Final Approval Hearing”). You may be entitled to receive a payment under the terms of this class action settlement contained in the Settlement Agreement. Participating in the settlement and receiving a payment may have tax implications, and you will be responsible for compliance with any tax obligations related to such a payment, so you should consider consulting a tax professional or attorney before making any decisions discussed below.

Your Legal Rights and Options In This Settlement
Do Nothing Receive a settlement payment and give up your right to sue on the Released Claims described in Section IV. This settlement does not require a claims process to receive a payment. Therefore, there is no claim form for you to complete should you wish to receive payment.
Object The deadline to submit an objection passed on February 20, 2019.
Go to a Hearing Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement.