USAA Class Action Lawsuit

USAA Class Action Lawsuit

HALL & LAMPROS represents claimants against USAA auto insurers relating

to allegations that they improperly withheld sales tax payments for first-party

coverage on totaled vehicles. On October 17, 2013, H&L attorneys filed the

case Chantal Bastian v. United Services Automobile Association, USAA Casualty

Insurance Company, Garrison Property and Casualty Insurance Company,

and USAA General Indemnity Company, No. 3:13-cv-01454, Middle District of

Florida, Jacksonville Division, on behalf of a Plaintiff who alleges that USAA

failed to pay her for the sales tax due relating to her totaled vehicle claim. Click

here for a copy of the lawsuit Bastian v. United Services Automobile Association,

et al.

The lawsuit alleges that USAA improperly withheld up to 6% of the insured  vehicle  cost, which on

a $10,000 vehicle can be as high as $600 per person.  Documents filed with the federal court show 

that USAA withheld sales tax from as much as 75% of policy holders who made claims for totaled 

vehicles in a one year period.

If you were insured by a USAA insurance company for auto insurance and suffered

a totaled vehicle where the claim was paid by USAA, you may have a claim

against USAA for up to 6% of the value of your vehicle. Contact Hall & Lampros,

LLP at 404.876.8100 or email hidden; JavaScript is required to learn if you have a potential

claim.

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