A settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Max Bazerman v. American Airlines Inc., aka American Airlines Checked Baggage Fees Settlement
American Airlines Checked Baggage Fees Settlement
Class members in the class claim that American Airlines charged baggage fees that were inconsistent with the company’s listed baggage fee policy.
Max Bazerman filed Max Bazerman v. American Airlines Inc. on July 13, 2017.
Who should file a claim?
Anyone in the U.S. who traveled on American Airlines between the dates of Jul. 13, 2013 and Jun. 7, 2018 and were charged unfair baggage fees that were not consistent with flight confirmation email they received or American Airlines baggage fee policies.
PLEASE NOTE IF YOU DO NOT QUALIFY FOR A SETTLEMENT DO NOT FILE A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT CLAIM.
Not only are you filing claims under penalty of perjury but you are also harming other eligible class members if you submit a fraudulent claim.
If you do not qualify for this settlement check out our list of No Proof Required Class Action Lawsuit Settlements.
Proof of purchase required?
No proof of purchase is required.
American Airlines Checked Baggage Fees Settlement Important Dates
- Nov. 26, 2018 – Claim form deadline
- Feb. 21, 2019 – Final Hearing
- Dec. 3, 2018 – Opt Out and Objection Deadline
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American Airlines Checked Baggage Fees Settlement Contact Points
- Mail – American Airlines Baggage Fee Settlement, c/o Angeion Group
PO Box 30478, Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Phone – 1-877-450-8798
- Fax – N/A
- Email – AABaggageFeeSettlement@AdministratorClassAction.com
Max Bazerman v. American Airlines Inc. is listed as case number 1:17-cv-11297-WGY and is pending in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Class members who file valid claims will be represented by Linda M. Dardarian, Byron Goldstein, and Raymond Wendell from the law firm of Goldstein Borgen Dardarian & Ho; and Benjamin Edelman from the law firm Law Offices of Benjamin Edelman.
American Airlines will be represented by U. Gwyn Williams and David C. Tolley from the law firm Latham & Watkins LLP.