Bartoni, et al. v. American Medical Response West Class Action

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ATTENTION ALL EMTS, PARAMEDICS, DISPATCHERS AND OTHER FIELD EMPLOYEES AND COMMUNICATION CENTER EMPLOYEES WHO WORKED FOR AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE WEST IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AT ANY TIME BETWEEN JUNE 23, 2004 AND DECEMBER 1, 2018..

A proposed settlement (the “Settlement”) has been reached in the case of Bartoni, et. al. v. American Medical Response West, in Case No. RG08382130 (the “Action”).  The Settlement has been granted preliminary approval by the Court.  A final settlement hearing will be held on July 12, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in Department 21 of the Superior Court of California, Alameda County, located at 1221 Oak Street, Oakland,  California, 94612. 

 

Below is a chart summarizing your legal rights and options in this Settlement. You may obtain more information regarding the Action, the Settlement and your rights and options, by reviewing the full court-authorized notice regarding the Settlement here.

 

Your Legal Rights and Options in this Settlement

Do Nothing

You do not need to do anything to receive the benefits of the Settlement.  If you do nothing and the Settlement is granted final approval, you will receive a settlement payment and release all claims covered by this Settlement.

Object

You may write an objection to the Court stating why you do not like the Settlement. You may also appear in Court or use an attorney to appear for you and explain why you do not like the Settlement, but you are not required to appear.

Challenge

If you think that the information used to calculate your settlement share is not correct and wish to dispute it, you must submit a “challenge.”  The calculation of your estimated share and challenge instructions are in Sections 8 and 9, below.  The Settlement Administrator will resolve the dispute if the parties can’t agree, and you will receive a settlement payment and release all claims covered by this Settlement after the dispute is resolved.