MLC: MLC Trust Claims Filing Announcement

CRMC will begin accepting claims for the Motors Liquidation Trust (MLC Trust) on Wednesday, February 15, 2023 at 6:00 AM ET.

If your law firm has not provided your Hybrid Filer Agreement and User Administrator (UA) letter you will not have access to file claims until you do. Those documents should be emailed to If your firm has provided documents, the designated User Administrator has been given permissions. They will set up the appropriate users at the firm. Please reach out to your firm’s UA before reaching out to us if you don’t see MLC in the drop-down.

NARCO: Revised Releases

The NARCO Trust has revised its releases to include a certification regarding the payment and/or resolution of certain Medicare related obligations. These revisions are made in accordance with the Amended Buyout Agreement approved by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania on December 8, 2022. Please see the NARCO Trust’s Documents Page for the revised releases. The revised releases apply to all releases received after January 30, 2023.

MLC: Claims Processor

CRMC is pleased to announce we will be the processor for the Motors Liquidation Trust (MLC). We are working on updating eClaims to accommodate Trust claims and will keep you posted on our progress. You will need new filing documents for the Trust and we will let you know once they are available on our website.

Manville: Manville Trust Maritime Policy

The Manville Trustees have determined that 100 days of shipboard exposure will equal one year of exposure. With this change, we ask that you enter the exact time periods an individual was aboard ship as a maritime worker in eClaims. The system will calculate the # of days based on your entries. If there are deviations in dates, supporting documentation may be rejected and corrections required. For example, if someone was aboard a ship from 10/75 – 9/76 then from 1/77 – 3/77 you may not enter 10/75 – 3/77. You must enter multiple exposure periods if there are gaps in the dates.

If you have in-process claims, you may edit each exposure record and save to have eclaims recalculate the number of years of exposure. This is a new policy and affects only unsettled claims.