Rental Car Settlement Nevada
- Provides information about the Lee vs. Enterprise class action lawsuit
- Potential class members will need the eight-digit registration number from the mailed notice to login
It should be noted the eight-digit registration number is printed above the settlement members name and address. For those who received an email notice please check the area above the name and address in the text of the email. Any issues when registering with the Rental Car Settlement Nevada site should be directed to: Enterprise customers at Enterprise@dlhcpa.com or Alamo/National customers at Vanguard@dlhcpa.com.
The lawsuit is entitled The Nevada Airport Concession Recovery Fee Class Action Lawsuit and revolves around the sentence “airport concession recovery fees”. The case is pending in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada. Settlement members content that Alamo and Enterprise charged improper airport concession recovery fees which is against Nevada law according to the claimants.
Rental Car Settlement Nevada Lore
- Under the terms of the settlement class members will receive a check for 80 percent of the amount paid in airport concession recovery fees OR free day of car rental from Alamo, National or Enterprise
- The free day voucher can be used in any state in the US (just not Nevada)
- Class members will be represented by: Shoshana T. Savett and Arthur Stock of Berger & Montague PC and G. David Robertson, Jonathan J. Tew and Richard D. Williamson of Robertson Johnson Miller & Williamson
Attorney contact information:
- G. David Robertson, Esq. firstname.lastname@example.org | 50 W. Liberty Street, Suite 600 Reno, NV 89501 | (775) 332-0117 Ext. 30
- Susan Schneider Thomas, Esq. email@example.com | 1622 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 | (215) 875-3066
Hopefully this lawsuit will make rental car firms think twice before charging hefty fees to an overly price rental car market to begin with.