Lawsuit – Farmers Insurance Group Texas Settlement

Farmers Insurance Group Texas Settlement

Settlement has been reached between the State of Texas and Farmers Insurance group in a class action lawsuit regarding the sharing of policy holders credit information during October 1st 1999 through February 28th 2003.  Policy holders who had certain Farmers Home or Auto Policy were not provided with adequate notice of the sharing of their credit information and settlement was reached.  Policy holders affected may be eligible for up to $35 payment.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Farmers Group policy holder affected between the dates of October 1st 1999 and February 28th 2003
  • Submit a claim – visit the settlement website to submit your claim today – no claim submitted results in no settlement opportunity
  • Court hearings on the case will be final determination of settlement parameters

You can submit your claim online at using their online claim submission form.  While claim forms were mailed to all known claim parties, it is common for these items to be misplaced or even more common is that they never had your contact information in the first place.  This online form allows you to submit the necessary information to see if you are eligible to be part of this settlement.

In addition to sharing credit information, this claim also encompasses increased homeowners premiums to policyholders with the HO-A form and the removal of a homeowners policy without proper notice to policyholders with the HO-B form.  Please review your records to see if you may be part of this lawsuit.  People who fall under this part of the claim class with likely be eligible for premium reimbursement or reduction if you are a current policyholder.

To contact the necessary parties to determine if you are eligible for this please write to:

Texas Farmers Settlement
P.O. Box 1903
Faribault, MN 55021-1939