Creighton, et al., v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

Welcome to the Creighton, et al., v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Settlement Website

 

If you are African American and/or Black and you were a Financial Services Representative employed by or affiliated with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (“MetLife”) or New England Life Insurance Company (“NELICO”) between May 15, 2011 and July 1, 2016, you could get a payment from a proposed class action settlement.

The proposed Settlement will provide a fund of $32,500,000 for a class of African American and/or Black Financial Services Representatives to resolve claims of race, color, national origin and ethnicity discrimination, harassment and retaliation against MetLife.

To qualify to receive a monetary award, you must be African American and/or Black and you must have been employed by and/or affiliated with MetLife or NELICO as a Financial Services Representative in the United States at any time from May 15, 2011 through July 1, 2016.

If you are a Settlement Class Member, your legal rights are affected whether you act or not. If you need additional information, you can click here to be directed to Frequently Asked Questions.

 

Your Legal Rights and Options in this Settlement:

Submit a Claim Form

The only way to be eligible to receive money from the Settlement.

Do Nothing

Receive no money from the Settlement. Give up rights to sue MetLife separately for the legal claims covered by the Settlement.

Exclude Yourself
(Opt Out)

Receive no money from the Settlement Fund. Keep any rights you might have to sue MetLife separately for the legal claims covered by this Settlement.

Comment or Object

Write to the Court about your view on the Settlement or why you don’t think the Settlement is fair to the class.