eClaims has been updated to allow claims to be reviewed for exposure, medical and statute of limitations purposes and receive an offer prior to the submission of the appropriate Certificate of Capacity documentation. To the extent Certificate of Capacity documentation is required, any offer on the claim is contingent upon receipt of both the signed release and the appropriate Certificate of Capacity documentation. The claim will not be paid until the appropriate Certificate of Capacity documentation is provided.
The NARCO Trust has revised its policy on acceptable documentation for proof of the personal representative’s official capacity for deceased claimants. The NARCO Trust will continue to accept Letters Testamentary/Letters of Administration or other proof of the personal representative’s official capacity as provided or allowed by applicable state law. Alternatively, the NARCO Trust will now accept the submission of the Affidavit of Decedent’s Representative and the Law Firm/Attorney’s Representation Affirming Official Representative’s Authority as proof of the personal representative’s official capacity. To be clear, submitting one form and not the other form will not be sufficient – both forms must be submitted to satisfy the requirement. The forms for the Affidavit of Decedent’s Representative and the Law Firm/Attorney’s Representation Affirming Official Representative’s Authority can be found on the NARCO Trust’s Documents Page.
Effective July 1, 2023, the Asbestos Claims Research Facility has closed its physical location in Aurora, CO. Throughout the COVID-19 period, CRMC has investigated ways to provide services to its research facility clients without the added expense of travel costs. The facility is now positioned to remotely handle all client requests. Please continue contacting the facility by email at ACRFrecords@claimsres.com
CRMC would like to announce that we are now accepting claim filings via Web Services for the MLC Trust. We have developed Web Services for MLC to meet the needs of high volume filers looking to file MLC claims.
To utilize this service we require users to demonstrate an ability to perform some basic tasks with our development system. If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com for more information.
Simplebatch is now available for MLC. For further information please see https://sites.google.com/
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 DSnow@claimsres.com. 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.
A notice was posted regarding the average and maximum values. [Please see the NARCO Trust’s Documents Page for the current values.]
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.