Welcome to the Information Website for the Rose v. The Travelers Home and Marine Insurance Company Settlement

If You Had a Property Insurance Claim with Travelers that Included Rot Damage and Travelers Denied Coverage for the Rot Damage, You May Be Entitled to Benefits from a Class Action Settlement.

A settlement has been proposed in a class action lawsuit pending in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (the “Court”). The lawsuit alleges that Travelers improperly applied a long-term seepage/leakage exclusion in certain of its insurance policies to claimed Rot Damage, and that Travelers should have paid for certain claimed Rot Damage under a Rot Remediation Coverage. (Capitalized terms used on this website are defined in Paragraphs 1 through 37 of the Settlement Agreement.) Travelers denies that it did anything wrong, but has agreed to a proposed settlement.

The proposed settlement will provide monetary benefits to eligible persons who made insurance claims with Travelers for Structural Damage to an Insured Structure where the insurance claim falls within the Settlement Class Period, the Policy included Rot Remediation Coverage, and the Rot Damage portion of the claim was denied by Travelers.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Proposed Settlement
File a Claim You may submit a Claim Form to the Settlement Administrator. The deadline is May 28, 2020.
Exclude Yourself You may submit a request for exclusion to the Settlement Administrator. The deadline is May 13, 2020.
Object You may submit an objection to the proposed settlement to the Court. The deadline is May 13, 2020.
Go to the Hearing The Final Approval Hearing scheduled for Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. will take place only via an on the record telephone call that you can access using the following: Dial in number: 571-353-2300; Conference code: 570519808#.
Do Nothing You will not be able to receive a benefit under the settlement or pursue any other lawsuit against Travelers concerning or relating to any Rot Damage to your structure.

These rights and options, and the deadlines to exercise them, are explained on this website.