The NARCO Trust has posted an updated FAQ. [The FAQ can be found on the NARCO Trust’s Documents Page.]
Certain claims previously classified as having completed review have been re-classified as awaiting review as of February 17, 2016. The reason for this change is that the Trustees have recently implemented refinements to the Trust’s claims processing procedures. There have been no changes to either the exposure notice or the claim form instructions, and claimants’ interactions with the Trust should not change going forward. As always, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Trust has posted an updated exposure notice. [The Exposure Notice is available for review on the NARCO Trust’s Documents page.]
Attention: Information inputted into E-Claims prior to or after a claim is formally submitted should not be considered confidential work product. Any information you enter is stored in a manner that is accessible to (i) representatives of the Trust and (ii) Honeywell Corporation, in each case, including their employees, personnel, contractors, and representatives.
Due to our upcoming office move, e-filer payments will be delayed till Oct 7th. Sorry for any inconvenience.
We’ve updated our Simplebatch template for NARCO. It has an additional field ‘AffirmPOCReview’. See here for more info.
We’ve also updated our Web Service for NARCO. See here for more info.
The Proof of Claim Form for Indirect Asbestos Trust Claims has been posted to the NARCO Trust’s Documents page. Indirect Claims may be filed on paper or via the eClaims application once a law firm has registered to do so. Claims may not be filed in batch.
We’ve updated WebServices and Simplebatch for NARCO claims; please go to http://info.claimsres.com for more information.
According to the POC instructions, if an asbestos-related lawsuit was filed on behalf of the injured party you are required to provide that information when filing a NARCO claim. eClaims now requires that you indicate if a lawsuit was filed on behalf of the claimant for each and every claim. For those in-process claims where litigation was not previously entered, they have been pushed back to a status where you must enter it. If litigation was filed, you are required to upload the litigation face sheet along with the pages that indicate what defendants were sued. [Please see the applicable claim form and instructions for the specific requirements for your claim.]