Travelers Seeks $1M Cap On Highway Tar Spill Claims

Law360, New York (December 13, 2011, 4:03 PM EST) -- Travelers Indemnity Co. sought a declaration Friday that it only needs to pay up to $1 million for the nearly 1,000 claims related to car damage allegedly caused by a pre-Thanksgiving asphalt spill on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

The insurer filed an interpleader complaint in Pennsylvania federal court against 900-plus individuals and insurance companies over its coverage responsibility for the spill. A truck operated by Marino Transportation Services, a Maryland-based company insured by Travelers, leaked driveway sealant onto 38 miles of the highway on Nov. 22, disabling...
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