Answers to some questions on the Duke Energy Class Action settlement

NOTE: the deadline to file a claim is April 13th.  Please act quickly.

The Duke Energy class action settlement has generated a record amount of traffic on our firm’s web site.  That’s a good thing, because virtually every residential and commercial customer of Duke Energy in southwest Ohio that owned property from January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2008 is entitled to a refund, in some cases a significant one

We have had a few questions from clients about the settlement.  We checked and got you the answers:

  1.  If I owned a property during the relevant time period, but have since sold it, may I still file a claim?  Yes.
  2. If I can’t recall the addresses of all of the properties I owned during the claim period (we have, for example, home builder clients with multiple, rotating model homes), can I file a claim for those?  The class action attorneys are looking into this further for us, but probably not.  The claims process requires the name of the property owner and the identity of the property in question.

If you want to file a claim, log in here and follow the instructions.  It only takes a few minutes.

The deadline to file is fast approaching: April 13th.