**THE DEADLINE FOR THIS LAWSUIT IS TODAY, 7/31/2015**
If you are a property owner in southwest Jersey City, you may be eligible to receive up to $1,850 from the Honeywell Jersey City Class Action Lawsuit. According to the lawsuit, residents of southwest Jersey City are living in homes that were built on a former site owned by Honeywell where chromium products were made and processed. Chromium is considered toxic and can allegedly lead to lung cancer, other cancers, as well as other health issues such as birth defects. The properties affected by this class action settlement are Society Hill and the area around it that goes from Claremont Avenue in the north to Newark Bay in the West to Danforth Avenue in the south and Kennedy Boulevard in the east. If you owned a home in this area from 5/17/2010 through 10/1/2014, your property is included in this settlement.
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There are two main classes in the lawsuit:
- Class A: This includes anyone who has owned a property during the class period from Kellogg Street between the Hackensack River and Society Hill Drive North; Society Hill Drive North between Kellogg Street and Danforth Avenue; Danforth Avenue between Society Hill Drive North and John F. Kennedy Boulevard West; John F. Kennedy Boulevard West between Danforth Avenue and Claremont Avenue; Claremont Avenue between Route 440 and John F. Kennedy Boulevard West; Route 440 between Claremont Avenue and Culver Avenue; and from the intersection of Culver Avenue and Route 440 continuing Northwest to the Hackensack River. Class A includes properties located on both sides of the boundary streets.
- Class C: This includes anyone who owned a property in the residential development community known as “Society Hill,” which includes the area known as “Droyers Point” within that community, and is generally bounded by Lee Court, Willow Street and Cottonwood Street to the West, Cherry Street to the South, Society Hill Drive North and Kellogg Street to the East and Lyon Court to the North. This includes properties located on both sides of the boundary streets contained in the class definition.
For Class Members who were the sole property owners during this period, they will receive the entire amount from the settlement. Class Members who lived their part of the time will received a divided payment.
Honeywell Jersey City Class Action Lawsuit:
- Honeywell Jersey City Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: 7/31/2015
- Who’s Eligible: Residents of Society Hill and the area around it that goes from Claremont Avenue in the north to Newark Bay in the West to Danforth Avenue in the south and Kennedy Boulevard in the east.
- Estimated Amount: Up to $1,850
- Proof of Purchase: Required
- Case Name & Number: Halley et al. v. Honeywell International, Inc. et al. Case No. 2:10-cv-3345-ES-JAD in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
Chromium can cause serious health problems, so if you live in a part of Jersey City that has some residual chromium, you may need up to $1,850 from the Honeywell Jersey City Class Action Lawsuit to cover medical expenses. To qualify for any cash payment, you must be able to prove that you owned a building in the area between 5/17/2010 through 10/1/2014. The deadline to file a claim is today, 7/31/2015. Find more Class Action Lawsuit Settlements from our full list.
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