Liberty Mutual Unpaid Taxes and Fees


The Liberty Mutual Insurance Company (“Liberty Mutual”) underwrites and sells auto insurance policies for motor vehicles in Colorado.  Investigation by Franklin D. Azar & Associates, P.C. (“FDAzar”) into Liberty Mutual’s insurance payment practices have revealed a systemic failure to pay or fully pay certain taxes and/or fees related to the total loss of a motor vehicle as mandated by Colorado Revised Statutes § 10-4-639.

Nature of the Claims Against Liberty Mutual

FDAzar filed a class action lawsuit on February 22, 2019, Barbara Trudgian v. The Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Case No. 2019-cv-30732 (Colo. Dist. 2019), alleging that Liberty Mutual, as part of its normal business practices, failed to pay its insureds certain statutorily mandated fees when it deemed its insureds’ vehicles a total loss even though under Colorado law, it is required to “pay title fees, sales tax, and any other transfer or registration fee associated with the total loss of a motor vehicle.”

Join the Liberty Mutual Class Action

You may have a claim against Liberty Mutual if you obtained an insurance policy from Liberty Mutual and your insured vehicle was deemed a total loss. Contact FDAzar immediately.  We will fight to get you the recovery you deserve.


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