Detroit Nurse Wage Lawsuit Settlement
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Detroit Nurse Wage Lawsuit Settlement

By Matt O'Donnell


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LEGAFI) -- If you were employed as a registered nurse by a hospital in the Detroit area between December 12, 2002 and December 12, 2006, you could be entitled to benefits from three class action lawsuit settlements. The settlements resolve a lawsuit that alleged eight Detroit-area hospitals conspired to keep down RN compensation and regularly exchanged detailed information about current and future RN compensation in an effort suppress RN wages. Both charges violate federal antitrust law.

 

The hospitals named in the class action lawsuit are:

 

Detroit Medical Center

Henry Ford Health Medical System

Mount Clemens General Hospital

St. John Health

Oakwood HealthCare

Bon Secours Cottage Health Services

William Beaumont Hospital

Trinity Health Corp.

 

Three of the hospitals -- St. John Health, Oakwood HealthCare and Bon Secours -- have agreed to settle the class action lawsuit, which is subject to final approval by the court on September 2, 2010. The remaining non-settling hospitals remain in litigation.

 

If you worked for any of the three settling defendant’s acute care facilities between December 12, 2002 and December 12, 2006, you’re automatically included in the class action lawsuit settlement and will receive full settlement benefits. If you worked as an Advanced Practice Nurse, Managerial or Supervisory Nurse (including Case Managers), see the class action settlement notice to determine which requirements must be met to receive certain settlement benefits. There is no action required to remain a member of any settlement class and you do not need to file a claim.

 

St. John Health has agreed to pay over $13.5 million into the class action settlement fund, which may be reduced to just under $3.5 million if the court denies certification of the class in the remaining non-settling defendants' lawsuit. Oakwood has agreed to pay over $7 million and Bon Secours has agreed to pay $325,000 into the settlement fund.

 

For more information on the Detroit Nurse Wages Class Action Lawsuit Settlement, visit the Settlement Administrator Website.

 

 

Updated August 25th, 2010

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#2 Margaret Balconi 2013-11-25 16:35
I was employed as a nurse at the Detroit Medical Center during the time of this class action lawsuit 2002-2006. I never received a claim form. My address at the time of employment was 4045 Ponderosa Trenton, Mi. 48183. I have moved and my new address is 1747 N York, Dearborn, Mi. 48128. My cell is 734-558-6931. If you could please contact me so I can activate my claim.
 
 
#1 PATRICIA ANN CACHIA 2013-11-25 14:59
I am already signed up for the legal action but feel I have made an error on the return info I just sent out. I am NOT disputing the amt , but filled in my earnings over those last 5 years & did not look @ the amount that u had typed in. ( In my haste) Would u PLEASE e-mail me the amt, that u had placed on the form ? Would greatly appreciate it. Thank you, Patricia Ann Cachia RN
 

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