Dynamic Settlement Group FAQ
Payout will be different in each matter. Payout is driven by 3 different factors:
- Size of the settlement fund.
- Number of companies filing valid claims for that settlement.
- Amount of eligible purchases made by your company during the settlement period.
Claim values cannot be predicted until all claims have been filed in the matter.
No, you do not need to hire DSG to file a claim or obtain a recovery. You can prepare and file your own settlement claim. DSG clients find value in DSG services and DSG helps specifically with:
- Claims filing.
- Data modeling to maximize claim size.
- Monitoring case developments and providing regular updates.
- Working with the Claims Administrator to handle any questions that arise.
Class action administration can be a lengthy process and varies greatly with each matter. Depending on the complexity of the payout and volume of claims filed it can be months to more than one year after the claims filing deadline for payments to be disbursed.
DSG will work with the data you have available. Examples of documentation shared with DSG are: spreadsheets, invoices and purchasing reports.
Yes, the process and information regarding your claim is confidential. Once defendants have paid money into the settlement fund, they do not monitor claimant activity or have information on which companies or individuals have filed claims.
DSG will work closely with the Claims Administrator to address any deficiencies or objections raised by the Claims Administrator. If your claim is ultimately rejected, then no refund will be received. DSG works on a contingency basis, so if you don’t receive a refund, DSG is not compensated.
If you received a notice it may have come directly from the Claims Administrator as agent of the Court. DSG is neither the claims administrator nor class counsel. You can go directly to the settlement website indicated on the legal notice or call the 800-number listed on the notice. You can also contact DSG directly and we can determine your eligibility for the particular matter.