Welcome to the Information Website for the Beiswinger v. West Shore Home, LLC Class Action Lawsuit.

TO: All persons in the United States (1) whose telephone numbers West Shore Home, LLC (hereinafter “Defendant”) obtained as a result of an advertising campaign it ran through Facebook, and (2) who were called by or on behalf of Defendant between November 15, 2016 and February 15, 2022 (a) one or more times using a prerecorded voice and/or (b) two or more times in a twelve-month period on a telephone number that had been registered with the National Do Not Call Registry for more than thirty days.


If you are a member of this group, you should read the Notice carefully.
It may affect your legal rights and obligations.

A federal court authorized the Notice.
The Notice is not a solicitation from a lawyer.

A class action settlement agreement and release (the “Settlement Agreement”) has been proposed in the class action lawsuit referenced above pending in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida (the “Action”). You may be a class member in the proposed settlement and may be entitled to participate in the proposed settlement.

The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida (the “Court”) has ordered the issuance of the Notice in the Action. Defendant denies it did anything wrong and has defended itself throughout the Action. The Court has not decided who is right. Both sides have agreed to settle the dispute to avoid burdensome and costly litigation.

If the Court gives final approval to the Settlement Agreement, Defendant will create a fund of $1,347,500.00. You may be eligible to receive a pro rata share of the settlement after the deduction of Settlement Class Counsel’s Fees, Costs, and Expenses Award and Administration Costs from the Settlement if you submit a timely and valid Claim Form. The value of a Settlement Class Member’s individual award will depend upon the number of Authorized Claimants.


A Summary of Your Rights and Options:
If You: You Will:
Do Not Exclude Yourself From The Settlement:
  • Be a member of the Settlement Class
  • Be eligible to receive an award under the
  • Be able to object to the terms of the settlement
  • Be bound by judgments and orders in the Action
  • Be prohibited from filing suit asserting Released Claims
or
Exclude Yourself From The Settlement:
  • Not be a member of the Settlement Class
  • Not be eligible to receive an award under the settlement
  • Not be able to object to the terms of the settlement
  • Not be bound by judgments and orders in the Action
  • Not be prohibited from filing suit asserting Released Claims

The Notice Explains These Rights and Options and the Deadlines and Procedures For Exercising Them.

The Court has preliminarily approved the Settlement Agreement and must decide whether to give final approval to the Settlement Agreement. The relief provided to Settlement Class Members will be provided only if the Court gives final approval to the Settlement Agreement and, if there are any appeals, after the appeals are resolved in favor of the settlement. Please be patient.