Nationwide Insurance Telemarketing Class Action

Lawyers at Meyer Wilson, along with our co-counsel, have filed a class action in Atlanta (PDF) on behalf of several consumers who received telemarketing robocalls made by - or on behalf of - Nationwide Insurance. The consumers allege that Nationwide called them even though Nationwide did not have the consumers’ prior express consent to be called, and in some cases, even when the consumers’ phone numbers were on the National Do Not Call Registry. Therefore, the calls are alleged to violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), a federal law that was enacted to keep all Americans from receiving unwanted calls.

If you received calls or text messages from Nationwide, or from a third party trying to sell you Nationwide insurance, please contact us. We’d like to speak with you at no charge to you for an initial consultation to see if we can help.

Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)

The TCPA placed restrictions on prerecorded messages, both for telemarketing and debt collecting, when it became law in 1991. The TCPA also placed regulations on automated text messaging. In most cases, the originator of the messages is required to have a person’s prior express written consent in order to make prerecorded or automated calls or text messages for the purpose of telemarketing. The TCPA provides for statutory damages between $500 and $1,500 for each violation.

Meyer Wilson Obtains Cash for Consumers for TCPA Violations

At Meyer Wilson, we focus on class action lawsuits against big companies like Nationwide. We have recovered over $300 million in cash for consumers all around the country in our TCPA class action cases. If you received robocalls or texts from or involving Nationwide, you may have a TCPA claim. Contact us today to speak with one of our attorneys about your case.

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