AMT Class Action - The Superior Court approves the settlement
CARMEN MARIE FABIO
Regional Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) commuter train users may be eligible for a partial refund following a class-action suit launched over train service disruptions.
The Superior Court of Quebec has approved the out-of-court settlement, with no admission of liability, of the class action launched against the Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) due to disruptions in its commuter train service on the DeuxMontagnes and Dorion-Rigaud (now Vaudreuil-Hudson) lines.
Class members can now make a claim by filling out the online form available at www. crawford.AMTclaim.ca or by calling the claims administrator at 1-877-7398942. Class members who submit a valid claim will receive a payment ranging from $29 to $49, depending on the number of claims. Class members have to submit their claim by no later than January 20, 2015.
No claim will be accepted after that date. SOURCE Crawford & Company (Canada) Inc.
For further information: Me Normand Painchaud, Sylvestre Fafard Painchaud s.e.n.c.r.l., 740, avenue Atwater, Montréal, QC, H4C 2G9, (514) 937-2881 poste 223 / n.painchaud@ sfpavocats.ca