Federal Judge John C. Coughenour ruled that Steam users must file individual claims to be eligible to receive compensation for Valve's anticompetitive practices. If you purchased games on Steam, you may be entitled to hundreds or even thousands of dollars from overpaying, but you must file an individual claim before the statute of limitations period expires. It takes just two minutes to complete the form above.
HOW IT WORKS
Step 1: You complete the form. It takes two minutes.
Step 2: Zaiger LLC reviews your information. If you are eligible, Zaiger LLC will send you an agreement so we can represent you. It can be digitally signed in one minute on your phone or computer.
Step 3: We handle the rest. We will only contact you if we or the arbitrator needs additional information. Every case is different, but many consumers get compensation offers without doing anything beyond completing the initial form.
You pay nothing unless you get paid. The highly experienced lawyers at Zaiger LLC and its litigation partners will cover your arbitration filing fee, prosecute your claim, and receive a portion of any arbitrator award or settlement that Valve pays you. If you don’t get paid, these legal services are free.
Jeffrey Zaiger, nine-time “Super Lawyer” and “New York Rising Star,” has teamed up with Will Bucher, chair of the American Bar Association’s Digital Games and New Media Committee and Video Game Bar Association member to bring these antitrust claims against Valve. Together, we will negotiate, and if necessary litigate, your claim. For more information on Zaiger LLC, visit zaigerllc.com.