www.lagastaxsettlement.com – File Claim in LA Gas Tax Lawsuit

LA Gas Tax Settlement

Obtain more information in regards to the class action lawsuit entitled Alexandra Lavinsky v. City of Los Angeles.

A mind-numbing 32.5 million dollar settlement has been proposed (bro that is a lot of money!)

In order to file a claim simply visit www.lagastaxsettlement.com.

Class members claim improperly charged city residents a Public Purpose Surcharge and a State Regulatory Fee on gas bills.

www.LAGasTaxSettlement.com Info

  • Alexandra Lavinsky v. City of Los Angeles
  • Case No. BC542245
  • Under review in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles

LAGasTaxSettlement.com Contact Information

  • Lavinsky Settlement Administrator c/o KCC Class Action Services LLC P.O. Box 404133 Louisville, KY 40233-4133
  • 1-866-680-6140
  • info@LAGasTaxSettlement.com

If you file a claim you will be represented by the law firms of AHDOOT & WOLFSON PC & LAW OFFICES OF PAUL G. KERKORIAN (i.e. Class Counsel).

Who is eligible?

According to the terms of the settlement ” “any person or entity to whom a natural gas invoice from Southern California Gas Company was addressed and who was charged the City of Los Angeles’ natural gas utility user tax (described as the line item ‘Los Angeles City Users Tax’ on the Southern California Gas Company’s natural gas invoice) during a billing period” between Dec. 12, 2012 and April 12, 2019.”


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But how much cash will I get bro? (like Randy Moss says show me the money!)

Unfortunately, the total amount is not known at this time.

“Distributions will be made by applying a reduced Los Angeles City Users Tax rate for retail customers of Southern California Gas Company (who are subject to the tax) beginning within 90 days after the Settlement becomes final and continuing for up to 36 months.”

Settlement Website