POC Filing Instructions With A Bar Date:
Instructions For When and Where to File Your Proof of Claim Form:
Bar Date for Non-Asbestos Claims was December 12, 2011
Bar Date for Settled Asbestos Claims was September 30, 2014
Bar Date for GST Asbestos Claims was October 6, 2015
Bar Date for Coltec Claims is March 24, 2017
GST Asbestos Claim means any claim for personal injury, including wrongful death, for which Garlock or Garrison is alleged to be liable, arising out of or relating to exposure to asbestos or contact with an asbestos-containing product. “GST Asbestos Claim” includes all such claims, whether in tort, contract, warranty, restitution, conspiracy, contribution, indemnity, guarantee, subrogation, or any other theory of law, equity or admiralty; whether seeking compensatory, special, economic and non-economic, punitive, exemplary, administrative or any other costs or damages; or whether seeking any legal, equitable or other relief of any kind whatsoever. “GST Asbestos Claim” does not include any claim for benefits under a state-mandated workers’ compensation system, which a past, present, or future employee of a Debtor is receiving or may have a right to receive, or reimbursement brought by any insurance company or state agency as a result of payments made to or for the benefit of such employees under such a system.
All signed original Proof of Claim Forms along with accompanying documentation must be filed at the following address:
Garlock Sealing Technologies LLC., et al. Proofs of Claimc/o Rust Consulting/Omni Bankruptcy5955 DeSoto Avenue, Suite 100Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Proofs of Claim may be submitted in person, by courier service, hand delivery or mailed to the foregoing address.
To receive a conformed copy of your filed Proof of Claim form, you must include a stamped self-addressed envelope and an additional copy of your proof of claim.
If you should have any questions about how to fill out your Proof of Claim form, you should review the instructions listed on the back of the Proof of Claim form. Otherwise, you will need to consult with your own legal advisor.