Allstate Class Action Lawsuit: Is It A Genuine Class Action? Read This First

Did you hear about Allstate Class Action Lawsuit? It is not a scam. You received the mail because you filed a claim.

Allstate Vehicle and Property Insurance Company and Lowe’s Home Centers have closed the chapter on a dehumidifier fire saga at a Pennsylvania home.

This all started when Allstate threw a lawsuit at Lowe’s in the aftermath of an April 2021 fire that scorched a Pennsylvania home, causing a hefty $150,000 in damages.

Who Is Behind The Allstate Class Action Lawsuit

Allstate revealed that they footed the bill for more than $150,000 after reimbursing homeowners Debra Spaulder and Thomas Krivda. Why? Because of a dehumidifier fiasco that went up in flames out of the blue in April 2021.

In the lawsuit, Allstate painted a vivid picture of the chaos – the dehumidifier turned into a fire-breathing dragon, causing serious damage to the home and forcing the homeowners to hit the road while repairs happened.

Now, Allstate isn’t just telling the tale; they’re demanding something. But the cliffhanger is, we don’t know what that something is yet.

How Much Is The Settlement

Allstate is ready to take Lowe’s to court! They’re gunning for a jury trial and aiming for a judgment north of $150,000. But that’s not all – they’re throwing in the kitchen sink, asking for “costs incident to this suit, interest, delay damages, and such other relief as the Court deems appropriate under the circumstances.”


Cromie, et al. v. Allstate Insurance Company, Case No. 1:22-cv-03950,is not a scam.

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