Quebec Superior Court approves AMT class-action settlement

Montreal's commuter train service, the AMT, has settled out of court over 2009 service disruptions. Tim Sargeant/Global News

MONTREAL — The Quebec Superior Court has approved the out-0f-court settlement of a class action lawsuit against Montreal’s transport agency (AMT) for 2009 service disruptions.

The disruptions took place in January and February 2009 on the Deux-Montagnes and Dorion-Rigaud (now the Vaudreuil-Hudson) lines.

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Those who joined the class action suit can now make their claim by clicking here or by contacting the claims administrator at 1-877-739-8942.

Those who submit a valid claim can expect to receive between $29 and $49, depending on the number of claims.

The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 20, 2015.


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