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State Farm Roof Insurance Lawsuit Investigation

This Alert Affects:

Homeowners who had their roofs replaced following wind, storm or hail damage.

What's Going On?
Allegations have surfaced that State Farm is intentionally cheating homeowners out of hundreds of dollars when paying out claims for roof repair/replacement. Attorneys have reason to believe the company is systematically excluding labor costs and thereby underpaying policyholders' claims.
What We're Doing About It
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are trying to determine whether a class action can be filed against State Farm to help homeowners get their money back. But first, they need to speak with people who had their roofs replaced following wind or hail damage to learn more about what's going on.
How You Can Get in Touch
If you had your roof replaced and you went through your State Farm homeowners' insurance, fill out the form on this page. Once you do, an attorney handling this investigation may reach out to you directly to help you determine whether your claim was undervalued.
What's the Catch?
There is none. Attorneys have reason to believe State Farm is cheating homeowners out of money – and they're trying to see if these people can file a lawsuit to get their money back.

Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether class action lawsuits can be filed on behalf of homeowners who went through State Farm to have their roofs replaced following storm, wind or hail damage. They have reason to believe the company is cheating homeowners out of hundreds of dollars – and are trying to determine whether a class action lawsuit can help these people get their money back.

If you went through State Farm to fix your roof after a storm, we want to hear from you.

Any information you can provide could be helpful to this class action lawsuit investigation. Share your story today by filling out the form on this page. 

What’s Going On Exactly?

It is believed that State Farm is shorting homeowners by failing to pay for the full cost of removing and disposing of damaged roofing material.

It works like this: most houses have two layers of roofing material – but it is suspected that State Farm is only compensating homeowners for the cost of removing one layer. As a result, each homeowner who submits a claim to their insurance company for the work is believed to be getting shorted and receiving a less than fair settlement of their claim. Attorneys believe this practice to be a deliberate attempt by the insurance company to profit at the expense of its customers.

What’s worse is that it is suspected that homeowners have no idea their claims are potentially being underpaid. 

How You Can Help Get a Class Action Started

If you went through your State Farm homeowners’ insurance to have your roof replaced following wind, storm or hail damage, you may have been cheated out of hundreds of dollars. Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are trying to see if a class action lawsuit can be filed – but first, they need to speak with people who had their roofs replaced recently to learn more about what’s going on.

If you’d like to share your story, fill out the form on this page. Once you get in touch, one of the attorneys we work with may reach out to you directly to ask you a few questions and to explain why they believe you may have been ripped off. If a class action lawsuit against State Farm is filed and is successful, homeowners may be able to get the rest of their money back. Furthermore, a successful case could help put an end to this potentially fraudulent practice.

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