Class Eligibility

Class Members of the norovirus outbreak settlement include all persons who experienced gastrointestinal illness within 72 hours after visiting the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, N.Y. between Jan. 27, 2014 and Feb. 28, 2014.

Estimated Amount


Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Bellotti, et al. v. Smiley Brothers Inc.,
Case No. 14-0522
State of New York Supreme Court, Ulster County

Case Summary

The plaintiffs allege the became sick from Norovirus after eating at the defendants venue

Settlement Pool





MMH Claims Administrator
c/o The Notice Company
P.O. Box 455
Hingham, MA 02043

8 responses to “Mohonk Mountain House Norovirus Outbreak Class Action Settlement”

  1. beak says:

    Norovirus a.k.a. Mud butt

  2. Allen Payne says:

    I visited this resturant on 1/30/14 got very sick. When I was in New York . My vacation was ruined .

    ADMIN – Hi Allen,

    Sorry about your vacation. Be sure to file. Was the food tasty?

  3. Jennifer says:

    I can’t believe someone is trying to hold an establishment liable for Norovirus! Anyone who was visiting and had the illness could have infected everyone. It’s not the establishments fault. Seriously get a grip you greedy people! Louis Bellotti and Anna Marie Bellotti you are idiots.

  4. mailymail says:

    Where do I mail this to?

    ADMIN – Hi Maily,

    At the bottom of the form you will notice the following address:
    PO BOX 455 HINGHAM, MA 02043

  5. carol smith says:

    Jenifer.If you were not there, keep your mouth shut…Maybe there is more information than you know about..Ever think of that.Maybe there was an employee that was noticably sick……

  6. Christine says:

    Why is my SS number needed
    What will you do with this information

    ADMIN – Hi Christine,

    Many admins use social security numbers as a unique form of ID to avoid duplicate claims. If you want to know why this admin wants your social feel free to call them.

  7. roz says:

    This is a message to the Admin.
    I followed the directions on this website and filed a valid and timely claim.

    The law firm handling distribution of the settlement checks has ” decided that I now need proof” that I was at the Mohonk Mountain House during the valid time period. Is this in the claim form somewhere? Instructions? In the claim settlement court order?

    I “visited” the property on my own as I was scouting out possible wedding venues. I did not officially meet with anyone from the Hotel, and did not purchase any meals, souvenirs or merchandise during my hours spent walking through the property.

    They are holding my check until I can prove I was there. I signed a notorized statement declaring exactly what I have just told you, but they want hard proof which I do not have, and thought I did not need to have.

    Can you help me please? Where does it state, on any of this paperwork, that I need hard, physical proof?

    ADMIN – Hi Roz,

    Class action administrators reserve the right to ask for additional documentation as they see fit. Luckily it is virtually impossible to go somewhere without tracking. Here are a few ideas for you. Google activity records any and all searches you conduct in Google Maps. Your credit card statements will likely include any gasoline purchases and restaurant purchases you completed in the vicinity of the resort. The resort is on private property and you cannot gain access without a prior reservation therefore they have records of your entrance into the property in the reservation ledger. The reservation ledger is used even when you are entering as a scout for an event. Unescorted visits are not possible at this facility.

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