Law360, New York (May 31, 2017, 9:42 PM EDT) -- A Florida-based insurance company has agreed to pay $4.25 million to settle claims it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making unauthorized sales calls to consumers, including some on the federal Do Not Call registry.
In a settlement notice filed Wednesday in Florida federal court, lead consumers Jim Youngman and Robert Allen said A&B Insurance and Financial LLC had agreed to set up a settlement fund that would pay a proposed class of anyone in the U.S. who, between Aug. 18, 2012, and April 26, 2017, either received a telemarketing call from the insurer within a year of being registered...
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