UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI | Case No. 19-CV-03365-SRB
|THIS IS A COURT-AUTHORIZED NOTICE AND IS NOT A SOLICITATION FROM A LAWYER.|
|Nurses (“Plaintiffs”) have sued Corizon Health, Inc. and Corizon, LLC (“Corizon” or “Defendants”) alleging they violated the law by failing to pay nurses for time spent performing pre- and post- shift activities. You are eligible to join this lawsuit if you are, or were, employed by Defendants as an hourly, non-exempt nurse and worked more than forty (40) hours in a workweek (i.e., from Sunday at midnight through Saturday at 11:59pm) on an hourly, or non-exempt basis between October 15, 2016 through the present, and if you performed pre- and post- shift activity for which you were not paid because your time clock was not near (i.e., within 25 feet) of the facility’s entrance/exit. Pre- and post- shift activity means any, and all, activities performed after entering a correctional institution before clocking in (other than walking in), and any, and all, activities performed after clocking out before exiting the correctional institution (other than walking out).|
|The Court has not decided whether Corizon did anything wrong. There is no money available now, and no guarantee there will be. However, your legal rights may be affected, and you have a choice to make now:|
|YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS LAWSUIT|
|ASK TO BE INCLUDED||
Join this lawsuit. Await the outcome.
If you choose to be included in this lawsuit, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement. But, you give up any rights to separately sue Corizon about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.
To be included in this lawsuit, you must: complete, sign, and return the Consent to Join form by May 6, 2021. You can sign and return by Docusign or other electronic signature method.
Do not join this lawsuit. Get no benefits from it.
By doing nothing now, you give up the possibility of getting any money or benefits from a trial or a settlement of this lawsuit. For now, you keep any rights to sue Corizon separately about the claims made in this lawsuit.
|Your legal rights and options under federal law are explained in this notice. Currently, Plaintiffs are represented by Burger Law and Williams Dirks, Dameron (“Plaintiffs’ Counsel”). However, you may have other legal rights and options. You are free to contact the law firm to discuss your rights, you may be represented by an attorney of your choosing, or you may choose to participate in this action without representation.|