American Home Shield
Bad faith insurance lawsuits have been filed against American Home Shield and its subsidiary companies, alleging the companies improperly denied customer claims. Some American Home Shield lawsuits have been settled, including one that alleged the company paid illegal kickbacks to realtors. American Home Shield policyholders who feel their claims were improperly denied may be eligible to be part of an American Home Shield settlement or to file a lawsuit against the company.
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American Home Shield Settlement
American Home Shield denied any liability or wrongdoing in the lawsuit. As part of the settlement, American Home Shield agreed to set up a review desk to consider submissions from class members who had their claim denied during the class period.
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American Home Shield Kickback Lawsuit Settlement
The lawsuit alleged that American Home Shield paid kickbacks to realty brokerage agencies and agents in violation of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, which prohibits any payment for referrals of settlement services. American Home Shield denied any wrongdoing. According to some reports, home warranty policies typically cost between $400 and $500 dollars. Realty brokers and agents generally receive fees of between $60 and $90.
Similar lawsuits against other home warranty companies are reportedly pending. Home warranty companies and realty associations say the warranties are not settlement services and are therefore not in violation of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.
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