10
OCT
2014

What happens to a claim that has an Administrative Hold?

The claim cannot be processed until the Administrative Hold is removed by the Trust. You may contact the Trust for more information about why your claim was placed on Administrative Hold.
10
OCT
2014

What are my options when filing with the Trust?

You must choose between two types of claim filing processes: Discounted Cash Payment (DCP) or Individualized Review Claim (IRC). Complete your choice of claim process on the Proof of Claim form, attach all required exposure and medical documentation, and return it to the Trust. A...
05
MAR
2014

Can I file a claim electronically?

A claimant may file online using the Trust Online website. To file a claim online, the user must register with the Trust by executing the Electronic Filer Agreement.
05
MAR
2014

Do I need an attorney to file my claim so I can be paid?

No. Any individual with a valid asbestos-related injury can file a claim. The Trust cannot provide guidance on whether you should obtain an attorney or file on your own.
05
MAR
2014

What materials are needed to file a claim?

In addition to a completed claim form, medical and exposure documentation supporting the alleged injury is required. The Instructions for Filing a Claim provide specifics on what medical and exposure documentation is needed for your claim submission.
05
MAR
2014

What is the difference between a Proof of Claim and a Celotex Trust claim?

The Proof of Claim consists of information that was provided to the Bankruptcy Court to register an individual claim against Celotex Corp or Carey Canada Inc. Filing a Proof of Claim does not constitute a claim with the Trust, which must be filed separately. There are two types...
05
MAR
2014

How do I file a claim?

You may either file a claim electronically through the Trust Online system or you may request a claim package from the Trust by calling Claimant Relations at (800) 708-8925 or download the hard copy claim form from the Documents page. You must complete and sign either the...
05
MAR
2014

Who should file a claim?

Any person who filed a valid Proof of Claim with the Bankruptcy Court is eligible to file. Also, any person who was diagnosed after March 15, 1996 in one of the five disease categories outlined in the Instructions for Filing a Claim and who has evidence of causation related to...