Chick-Fil-A Class Action Lawsuit Settlement For Plaintiffs

If you live in New Jersey, California, Florida, Georgia, or New York, you may be eligible for a $29.95 Chick-fil-A Gift card as the settlement of a class action lawsuit. The deadline for submitting a claim was February 15. The Chick-fil-A Class action lawsuit is an interesting case, but before going into details, everyone must know what it is.

Chick-fil-A is a well-known fast food chain mainly popular for its chicken sandwiches. The brand name alphat ‘A’ represents that the company has the number one top-quality chicken.

Well, a lawsuit was filed against the company, and they agreed to settle this class action lawsuit that alleged the company made false and misleading representations regarding the menu prices and delivery fees.

In October, a lawsuit filed in Georgia claimed that the company gave false representations regarding delivery fees involving orders on its app and website during Covid-19. However, Chick-fil-A denied all these allegations and any wrongdoing in the settlement. Let’s know further details.

Chick-Fil-A Class Action Lawsuit

What Was Chick-fil-A Accused of Doing?

The lawsuit alleges that the company advertised free or low-price delivery on its mobile app and website. However, they imposed hidden delivery charges and low delivery charges.

Plaintiffs claim that Chick-fil-A secretly marked the food prices on delivery orders by 25-30%, like charging $5-6 more for an order of 30 nuggets compared to delivery with store orders. This food restaurant chain created a $1.45 million cash fund and a $2.95 million gift card fund to pay claims as part of the settlement.

Response by Company on Chick-Fil-A Class Action Lawsuit

Now, the company has agreed to settle the lawsuit for $4.4 million without admitting all allegations. In the Chick-fil-A class action lawsuit, to compensate, they can select one of two options: a gift card settlement of up to $29.25 and a cash settlement of up to $29.25.

This settlement is for customers who made a Chick-fil-A delivery order through the mobile app and website between November 1, 2019, and April 30,1, in California, Georgia, New Jersey, Florida, and New York.

Chick-Fil-A Class Action Lawsuit

How Plaintiffs Can Submit Claim for the Chick-fil-A Lawsuit?

The last date for submitting your claim is February 15. After that, the eligible customers were notified by email by the settlement administrator and can submit their claims via email or online on the website. The compensation amount could be reduced depending on the total number of claims filed.

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