Welcome to the Information Website for the RW Coleman Settlement

If you are a current or former employee, beneficiary or dependent of an employee or former employee, or IRS form 1099 vendor of RailWorks Corporation and/or its subsidiaries and affiliates, you may be entitled to benefits from this Class Action Settlement.

A settlement has been proposed in a class action lawsuit pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. The lawsuit alleges that RailWorks Corporation (“RailWorks,” including for purposes of this website all of its subsidiaries and affiliates) failed to safeguard personal information (“PI”) of certain current and former RailWorks employees, beneficiaries and dependents of current and former employees, and vendors who received an IRS form 1099, and that the PI was potentially compromised in a cyberattack that took place against RailWorks on or about January 14, 2020 (the “Security Incident”). RailWorks denies that it did anything wrong.

The proposed Settlement will provide benefits to Class Members whose PI may have been affected by the Security Incident. If you received notice it is because RailWorks’ records show that you may be a Class Member because your PI was potentially compromised in the Security Incident.


Your Legal Rights and Options in This Proposed Settlement
Submit a Claim Form and Receive Identity Theft Protection and/or Reimbursement

Submit a Claim Form and Receive Identity Theft Protection:
If you are Class Member who has NOT previously signed up for identity theft protections when offered by RailWorks, you can sign up for identity theft protection. Click here to file a Claim Form online.

If you are a Class Member who previously signed up for identity theft protection when offered by RailWorks, you will automatically receive extended protection, paid for by RailWorks, through April 1, 2023 if the Settlement is approved.

Submit a Claim Form for Reimbursement of time spent:
If you spent time remedying issues related to identity theft directly caused by the Security Incident, you can file a claim for reimbursement of up to five (5) hours at a rate of ten dollars ($10.00) per hour if you have first enrolled in the services provided by RailWorks through Identity Guard. Click here to file a Claim Form online.

Opt out of the Proposed Settlement Submit an Opt-Out Statement. By submitting a timely and valid Opt-Out Statement by May 3, 2021, you are forfeiting any right under the Settlement Agreement, including any right to Settlement benefits. You will retain any right you may have to sue RailWorks regarding the Security Incident. See FAQ 7 for more information.
Object to the Proposed Settlement Submit an Objection. By submitting a timely and valid Objection by May 3, 2021, you are letting the Court know you disagree with some or all of the terms of the Proposed Settlement. You can still submit a Claim Form for identity theft protection and/or reimbursement. If the Court approves the Settlement, you will be bound by the Court’s decision and the Settlement Agreement. See FAQ 11 for more information.
Do Nothing

By doing nothing if you have previously signed up for identity theft protection when offered by RailWorks, you will receive extended protection, paid for by RailWorks, through April 1, 2023 if the Settlement is approved.

If you are Class Member who has NOT previously signed up for identity theft protections when offered by RailWorks, and do nothing, you will still be bound by the terms of the Settlement, but you will NOT receive Settlement benefits.

Regardless, you will give up any rights you may have to sue RailWorks regarding the Security Incident unless you opt out of the Proposed Settlement.

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