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A.B. Data, Ltd., Named to “Inc. 5000” List of Private Companies

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A.B. Data raises the bar on claims processing with a team of class action attorneys leading experienced claims administrators and call center agents to meet the exacting requirements of each case. A.B. Data’s approach combines accuracy, accountability, and speed with our human touch.

A.B. Data’s claims administrators are accurate, fast, and accountable. Each claim is reviewed in detail and processed precisely in accordance with the court-approved plan of allocation or settlement stipulation. A.B. Data’s efficient class action claims processing services include paper and electronic claims processing, with optical character recognition (OCR) technology to convert claims and correspondence into electronically searchable databases. A.B. Data has the in-house capacity to process millions of pages, but at A.B. Data, every process is transparent and every claim is handled as if it were the only one.

When processing is complete and recommendations must be made to the court for settlement distribution, A.B. Data prepares affidavits that are clear, concise, and supported by the required documentation.

A.B. Data. Raising the bar on claims processing.

Through A.B. Data’s partnership with its clients, we:
  • Design case-customized claim forms and claims-processing requirements
  • Convert documentation into a searchable database
  • Verify claims substantiations
  • Resolve claims deficiencies
  • Manage claim-related correspondence
  • Ensure bulletproof claims review and resolution
  • Calculate and report payment amounts
  • Provide comprehensive reporting
  • Prepare affidavits and recommendations for distribution