Celotex Asbestos Trust

  • The Celotex Asbestos Settlement Trust was founded February 1, 1998 as a result of the bankruptcy of Celotex Corporation and Carey Canada Incorporated.

    Originally, Celotex was a Delaware corporation reincorporated in 1964, which manufactured and distributed roofing and building products for residential and commercial use. Carey Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of Celotex, was formerly engaged in the mining, milling and processing of asbestos fiber.

    On October 12, 1990, Celotex Corporation and Carey Canada Incorporated filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The Trust was created as a result of the bankruptcy. The Trust is organized to process, liquidate and pay all valid asbestos personal injury claims in accordance with the Claims Resolution Procedures (CRP) approved by the bankruptcy court.
  • As of May 25, 2021 the current IRC payment percentage is 8% of the gross settlement value.

Recent News

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SEP
2021

Update Regarding Authentication of Exposure Evidence and Releases

Update Regarding Authentication of Exposure Evidence...
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JUN
2021

Temporary COVID-19 Policies Extended Through September 30, 2021.

Temporary COVID-19 policies have been extended through...
03
JUN
2021

Letter Regarding Celotex Payment Percentage Change

Please review the letter below regarding a change...
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MAR
2021

Temporary COVID-19 Policies Extended Through June 30, 2021.

Temporary COVID-19 policies have been extended through...

File a Claim

There are two types of Celotex claims: Individualized Review Claims (IRC) and Discounted Cash Payment (DCP) claims.

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Documents

The Celotex Asbestos Settlement Trust web site has readily accessible files for you to download.

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Deficiencies

View our page of claim deficiencies, and find out what's needed to resolve any issues you may be having with your claim.

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About Trust Online

The Trust has developed an interactive claims management tool that allows access to claimant information as never before.

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