A class action lawsuit filed against Diamond Pet Food due to recalled pet food has resulted in a settlement...
A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit about certain Diamond Pet Food products. The settlement provides for an amount of $3.1 million to pay consumers who purchased recalled Diamond Pet Food products, and to compensate dog owners whose dogs were injured by eating Diamond Pet Food products.
If the settlement is approved and you are a Class Member, you may be eligible to receive a benefit. Diamond has agreed to create a settlement fund of $3.1 million to pay for valid claims and for Court awarded attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses.
The settlement provides that consumers who purchased recalled dog food and did not already return it for a refund may receive money, provided the Class Member establishes that he or she purchased recalled Diamond Dog Food and did not return it.
Additionally, the settlement fund provides that Class Members who submit a valid claim showing that their dog was injured or that they incurred a veterinary bill as a result of Diamond Dog Food will be entitled to payment for veterinary expenses. The settlement also provides that Diamond will pay Court awarded attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses incurred in this lawsuit.
The Diamond Pet Food Settlement Website
has more information and claim forms.