SRG helps companies obtain refund money from class action settlements.
We get involved when a settlement is imminent or has been reached. SRG leverages the strength and resources of our parent company, Computershare, to maintain excellent data integrity and security protocols. SRG files claims, tracks the status of claims, helps collect spending or estimates, and is a liaison between our busy clients and the claims administrators of these settlements.
Settlement Recovery Group
For companies that may be eligible for settlement refund(s), SRG manages the entire process including: resolving questions with the claims administrators on our clients’ behalf and helping clients get the maximum recovery possible. SRG operates confidentially and on a contingency fee basis, so there is no risk — only opportunity.
To learn more about how SRG can help you in the settlement recovery process, please click or call (888) 605-7617.
Settlement Recovery Group, LLC (“SRG”) is not the official claims administrator, class counsel or any party in the case. SRG is a third party claims filing service that can be hired to file and track claims. We specialize in helping companies and small businesses file claims to obtain their fair share of settlement money from class action lawsuits once a settlement has been reached. Our services are voluntary and are not required to file a claim; claimants may file a no-cost claim on their own. This summary is for informational purposes only and is based on SRG’s review of publicly available case documents. Official information can be found on the case website and on the court docket. This summary is not and should not be construed as legal, tax, or other professional advice.
Meet our Strategic Capital Partner
GCP Capital manages North American private equity funds that have invested approximately $1.3 billion in approximately 60 portfolio companies. Since 2000, GCP’s realized investments have generated over $2.5 billion in proceeds. Fourteen of GCP’s portfolio companies have gone public after GCP’s investment. The funds primarily make investments in the tech-enabled business services and financial services/technology industries. GCP generally makes controlling or influential minority investments of $10 to $50 million in companies with enterprise values of $25 to $250 million.