A California federal judge on Friday approved a $19 million class action lawsuit settlement with Burger King Corp. over allegations its restaurants do not provide wheelchair access in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Class Members of the Burger King settlement stand to receive over $8,200 each, according to the Class Counsel.
Class Members of the Burger King wheelchair access class action settlement include all customers who use a wheelchair or scooter for mobility and encountered access problems at one of the 86 California Burger King restaurants listed here and on the second page of the Settlement Notice.
Plaintiff attorneys estimate the average recovery per Class Member will be over $8,200, after deductions for attorneyâs fees and costs.
The ONLY way to receive money from the Burger King ADA class action lawsuit settlement is to submit a Claim Form byNovember 15, 2012. You can obtain a Claim Form by visiting www.BurgerKingClassAction.net or by calling . If you do not opt-in, you will not be eligible to receive any money from the settlement fund.
UPDATE (Nov. 1, 1:09 p.m.): Top Class Actions readers have pointed out that the Settlement Website (www.BurgerKingClassAction.net) is not working at this time. You can also access the Claim Form and Settlement Notice by going to www.foxrob.com. The Claim Form is located on page 106 of the Settlement Agreement (link here). You can also obtain a Claim Form by calling .