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What is ClaimShare?

Have you suffered damage for which someone else is liable? For example, have you purchased a defective product, have you been deceived or been a victim of fraud? Perhaps there are others who have suffered the same damage. Starting a lawsuit independently is costly, stressful and risky. Through ClaimShare, you can join fellow-claimants or report a claim to find fellow claimants. You share the costs or get a funder who receives a percentage of the compensation. ClaimShare guides the entire process. Join forces and protect your rights together!

How does it work?

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    1. Reporting

    ClaimShare publishes cases to which you can apply. Or you can report a case to ClaimShare yourself or through your lawyer. If you do not have a lawyer, we will help you find one. Read more

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    2. Evaluation

    We will make an estimation as to how many claimants and funding is required to start legal proceedings with a fair budget to cover the expenses. Read more

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    3. Gathering

    Together we will gather other claimants and funding. If we obtain the minimum number of claimants and the necessary funding, the case will be pursued. Read more

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    4. Litigation

    We will start the legal proceedings. We will either try to reach a favorable judgement or an amicable settlement. After that, claimants and funders get their share. Read more

Cases

Bouwfondsclaim

The certificates in the Bouwfonds Office Value Fund N.V. in 2005 and 2006 were sold as 'low-risk'. Then the value nevertheless largely evaporated. Because borrowed money was invested, a 1 euro decrease in the real estate value resulted in a 3 euro decrease in the value of the certificate. Therefore the investment should have been described as 'high-risk'.  The initiators did not warn investors of this risk at the time. Read more and register free of obligation.

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