$4M All-Clad Class Action Settlement

$4M All-Clad Class Action Settlement

Updated: November 27, 2022

Claim Form Deadline: March 27, 2023

Payout: $75.00 (Cash) - $600 (Voucher)

Proof required: No *Original Product May be Requested Returned*

Method of payment: MasterCard / Zelle / Venmo / PayPal / ACH


Proof of Purchase is not required at this time - the All-Clad Class Action Settlement administrator states that they will request affected All-Clad cookware to be returned

What is the All-Clad Cookware Settlement?

A $4 Million Open Class Action Settlement has been reached with All-Clad over their dishes and cookware. The All-Clad class action lawsuit alleged that there was fraudulent advertising and All-Clad agreed to settle out of court.

In order to settle charges that their "dishwasher safe" cookware might be harmed by dishwasher use, All-Clad agreed to pay $4 million. Consumers around the country who bought All-Clad D3, D5, or LTD cookware are eligible to receive compensation from the settlement. You might be eligible for compensation from a class action settlement if you bought All-Clad D3, D5, or LTD Cookware between the 1st of January, 2015, and the 29th of July, 2022.

All-Clad is a popular brand of kitchenware and accessories, including pots, pans, knives, and even electronics. All-Clad is sold at popular retailers such as Amazon, Williams-Sonoma, and Crate & Barrel. Some of the brand's pots and pans can be cleaned in the dishwasher. However, according to a class action complaint against the corporation, these goods are not genuinely safe to be run through the dishwasher. Plaintiffs in the All-Clad class action complaint alleged that their cookware was damaged when they cleaned the goods in the dishwasher. This cleaning might purportedly cause the pan's non-stick surface to peel away from the base, leaving sharp edges behind.

According to the All-Clad class action complaint, or the document filed with the Courts, other customers have had similar experiences and have posted their own accounts online. One consumer claimed to have been injured by All-Clad cookware due to its sharp edges. The All-Clad Class Action lawsuit alleged, on behalf of plaintiffs, or the affected class of consumers, that All-Clad knew or should have known that its goods were not dishwasher safe and should not have promoted the cookware as such. All-Clad is paying $4 million to settle a class action lawsuit without admitting guilt.

How Do I Qualify?

You qualify if you are a customer who recently bought All-Clad D3, D5, or LTD cookware. There is a special section in the claim form for anyone whose All-Clad cookware acquired sharp edges after being washed in the dishwasher. Those consumers may send it back and file a claim for one of three compensation types.

The dates of purchase for the All-Clad dishware products must be All-Clad D3, D5, or LTD Cookware bought between the 1st of January, 2015, and the 29th of July, 2022

In order to settle charges that their "dishwasher safe" cookware might be harmed by dishwasher use, All-Clad agreed to pay $4 million. Consumers all throughout the U.S. who bought All-Clad D3, D5, or LTD cookware are eligible to receive compensation from the settlement.

Background on the All-Clad Class Action

All-Clad is a popular brand of kitchenware and accessories, including pots, pans, knives, and even electronics. Some of the brand's pots and pans can be cleaned in the dishwasher. However, according to a class action complaint against the corporation, these goods are not genuinely safe to be run through the dishwasher.

Plaintiffs, represented by the class action lawsuit lawyers, in the All-Clad class action complaint alleging their cookware was damaged when they cleaned the goods in the dishwasher. This cleaning might purportedly cause the pan's non-stick surface to peel away from the base, leaving sharp edges behind.

According to the All-Clad class action complaint, other customers have had similar experiences and have posted their own accounts online. One consumer claimed to have been injured by All-Clad cookware due to its sharp edges. Plaintiffs allege that All-Clad knew or should have known that its goods were not dishwasher safe and should not have promoted the cookware as such.

All-Clad is paying $4 million to settle a class action lawsuit without admitting guilt out of Court. Under the settlement terms, class members may get a replacement, partial refund and/or purchase credit.

What Can I Get?

Under the settlement terms of the All-Clad Dishwasher Safe Class Action, class members may get a replacement, partial refund and/or purchase credit.

The first benefit choice is a replacement of the damaged cookware, a replacement of this item, and a $75 reimbursement. The second benefit choice involves an exchange of the damaged cookware with either a five-piece fry pan set or a 13-piece basic cookware set. The third and final benefit choice is a 50% off credit for the future purchase of All-Clad cookware, a maximum of $600 off a $1,200 purchase.

Class members who either did not encounter sharp edges on their cookware or who disposed of their cookware may earn 35% off a future purchase, limited to $262.50 off a $750 purchase. In order to obtain this benefit, class members must show evidence of purchase, such as a shop receipt, invoice, or other paperwork.

Do I Need Proof to Qualify for the All-Clad Class Action?

Option 1, 2 and 3 do not require proof of purchase on the class action claim form at this time. The class action administrator may reach out at some point if they deem that any information is missing from your All-Clad claim. You may receive a follow up from the All-Clad class action administrator to return the All-Clad cookware to receive either:

• $75.00 and a replacement,
• A replacement with a different All-Clad set,
• Or a future purchase credit of 50%, up to $600.00 in value towards a new purchase of All-Clad cookware.

The All-Clad class action settlement official website states that All-Clad dishware should not be returned. However, they may contact consumers who filed an All-Clad claim to return the original pots and pans if they chose to receive a replacement set. If you claim that you discarded your All-Clad cookware, you can receive up to $262.50 credit with proof of purchase, without returning the original cookware.

When and Where Do I File a Claim?

Payments from the All-Clad class action settlement will only be awarded to those who complete a valid electronic Claim Form by the 8th of December, 2022. To submit your claim before the due date, you may alternatively download, print, and send in the paper version which you can find on the All-Clad administrator's website below.

To be able to receive your money reimbursement you must have submitted a claim form online by March 23, 2023.

Disclaimer: Filing Class Action Claim

Please note that your claim form will be rejected if you submit a a settlement claim for payout with any fraudulent information. By providing this information and your sworn statement of its veracity, you agree to do so under the penalty of perjury. You would also be harming others that actually qualify for the class action settlement. If you are not sure whether or not you qualify for this class action settlement, visit the class action administrator's website below. OpenClassActions.com is only providing information and is not a class action administrator. If you don't qualify, keep up to date with new Open Class Action lawsuits as they are announced here:

Claim Form Website: Multi-PlyCookwareSettlement.com


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