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Dow Corning Breast Implant Settlements

​​​​​​Introduc​tion​

Deloitte & Touche LLP was appointed as the Claims Administrator of the Dow Corning​​ / British Columbia and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement ("Settl​ement"), by Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia on April 26, 2004.

Please read the information on this Web Site carefully, as this will help you determine whether you are eligible for compensation under this Settlement.

The Notice of Approval and Effective Date of the Settlement ("Notice") provides important information regarding the Settlement. Please read this document carefully as it may affect your legal rights.

Please visit this website regularly as it will be updated with new information and documents that will be useful to claimants.



ATTENTION - NEW ITEMS​

Notice #9 – March 12, 2012 Payment to Current and Ongoing Claimants (excluding Rupture Claims)

The Final payment to the Current and Ongoing Claimants (excluding Rupture claims) has been completed by the Claims Administrator.  This is the Final Distribution pursuant to the terms of the Settlement Agreement.

Notice # 8 - November 3, 2010 Payment to Ongoing Claimants

Further to our posting #7, the timing for the Court to complete its review and issue its determination on the remaining appeal(s) is currently uncertain and accordingly the timing for the Claims Administrator to complete a further distribution is unknown. As information is available we will post notice on this site. Should you have a change of address please notify the Claim Administrator.

Notice # 7 - August 5, 2010 Payment to Ongoing Claimants

The deadline for submitting documentation for all claims has passed. The Ongoing Claims deadline was June 1, 2009.

All Ongoing Claims submitted have been reviewed and the first payment to approved Ongoing Claims amounts was made in early August 2010.

Some claims that have been disallowed by the Claim Administrator have been appealed. Upon these claims being finalized, the Claims Administrator will be seeking direction from the Court to complete a further distribution to the Current and Ongoing Claimants. It is expected the appeals will be finalized by the Court in the Fall of this year.

Notice # 6 - September 6, 2007

Payment to Current & Rupture Claimants

The third and final payment to the Approved Current & Rupture Claimants was made on September 6, 2007 and was based on each Claimants approved ratio. This payment represents the third of three payments which were to be made to the Approved Current & Rupture Claimants. All Current Claimants are requested to keep the Claims Administrator advised of any change of address until the Settlement is fully administered, which will be by December 2010.

The next distribution will be for approved Ongoing Claims. All Ongoing Claims must be submitted to the Claims Facility on or before June 1, 2009.

Notice # 5 - July 31, 2006

Payment to Expedited, Raw Material and Current & Rupture Claimants

The BC Settlement Facility has now made payments to Approved Expedited, Raw Material, and Current & Rupture Claimants.

The payments to the Approved Expedited Claimants and Raw Material Claimants were one time payments and no further payments will be made to these categories of Claimants.

The second payment to the Approved Current & Rupture Claimants was made on July 27, 2006 and was based on each Claimants approved ratio. This payment represents the second of multiple payments to be made to the Approved Current & Rupture Claimants. The second payment was paid at $1,739 per ratio point.

Further payments will be made in the coming years to Approved Current and Rupture Claimants. Payments will be made following the receipt of additional funds from the Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust, in accordance with the provisions of the Dow Corning/BC and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement Agreement.

 

Important Notice # 4 - January 19, 2006

Payment to Expedited, Current and Rupture Claimants

The BC Settlement Facility has now made payments to Approved Expedited, Current and Rupture Claimants.

The payment to the Approved Expedited Claimants is a one time payment and no further payments will be made to this category of Claimant. The payment to the Approved Current and Rupture Claimants was made on December 13, 2005 and was based on each Claimant's approved ratio. This payment represents the first of multiple payments to be made to the Approved Current and Rupture Claimants.

Further payments will be made in the coming years to Approved Current and Rupture Claimants. Payments will be made following the receipt of additional funds from the Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust, in accordance with the provisions of the Dow Corning/BC and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement Agreement.

We note there are still some Current and Rupture Claims in the review process. Following completion of the review, these claimants will be notified of the Claims Administrator's determination. If the claims are approved, the Claimant will also be notified of their placement on the Compensation Schedule, the corresponding ratio and will subsequently be paid their pro-rata share.

 

Important Notice # 3, posted July 15, 2005

The Initial Claims Deadline has now passed. We are therefore now in the process of reviewing all the claim forms filed to determine the eligibility of claims in the Settlement and to approve compensation in accordance with the terms of the Settlement Agreement. 1,166 claims have been approved to date. Should any technical deficiencies be noted in a claim, claimants will be sent a letter from the Claims Administrator advising the nature of the deficiency and providing 45 days to rectify the deficiency. Once this process has been completed, claimants will receive a letter either approving or rejecting their claim. Payments will be made to approved eligible claimants thereafter in accordance with the terms of the Settlement Agreement. Initial payments have been made to 444 Expedited Claimants based on the date the Expedited Claim was filed and approved.

 

Important Notice # 2, posted November 23, 2004

Please be advised that by Order of the Supreme Court of British, the Initial Claims Deadline has been extended to February 1, 2005. A copy of the Order can be found on the Documents page of this website at Item 12.

This Order changes the deadline for filing your Claim Form and other supporting documentation.


Important Notice # 1, posted October 29, 2004

Please be advised that by Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Registration Deadline for participating in the BC & Other Provinces Settlement Agreement has been extended to December 1, 2004. A Copy of the Order can be found on the Documents page of this website at Item 10.

If you have not already registered, and would like to register to be part of the BC & Other Provinces Settlement Agreement, please contact the Claims Facility immediately so that registration forms can be sent to you. Our contact details can be found on the Contact Us page of this website.

Claims Administration

In order to be eligible for compensation under the Settlement, you must complete a Claim Form. All claim forms must be postmarked on or before December 1, 2004 to participate in the Settlement.

On-Line

Claimants are able to complete the necessary forms on-line though the on-line claims administration system. This system will assist claimants in the completion of their forms to ensure all necessary information is submitted to the claims administrator. This is a secure site that, for security reasons, requires both your BC Registration Number and Deloitte File Number be used to log onto the system. The on-line system allows claimants to complete the necessary forms, change addresses as appropriate and submit questions to the claims administrator.

If you are a Solicitor, acting on behalf of a claimant, you may also register on-line. You will be able to register once to become an on-line claims administration user and then complete the Solicitor's Certificate of Legal Advice on behalf of your client(s). If you have the authority from your client, you will also be able to complete the Claim Form on behalf of your client(s) on-line and use all elements of the on-line claims administration system available to claimants.

Physicians are also able to register on-line to become a "Registered Physician". Being a Registered Physician will enable the physician to complete the Supporting Medical Form on-line for their patients. This segment of the system is designed to assist claimants and their physician(s) in completing their claim with respect to Supporting Medical Documentation and the claimant's Designated Medical Condition and Severity/Disability category.

 

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Fax or Mail

To submit a claim form either via fax or mail, please download, print and complete the claim form, available here. Once completed, please fax or mail the form to the Claims Administrator, along with any required supporting documentation.

Notice of Approval and Effective Date of the Dow Corning

Effective Date of the Agreement

Be advised that the Dow Corning / British Colombia and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement Agreement ("the Agreement") which was approved by the Supreme Court of British Columbia on February 11, 1999, is, as of June 1, 2004, effective by its terms.

Deadlines

To be eligible for approval for compensation under the Agreement, every registered claimant must submit a Claim Form, which is attached to this notice, postmarked on or before the Initial Claim Deadline of December 1, 2004.

With the Claim Form, every claimant must also submit Product Identification Documentation, as defined in Paragraph 2.4 of Exhibit D to the Agreement, to show that her Breast Implants are or were Dow Corning Breast Implants or contain Dow Corning Breast Implants raw materials.

With the Claim Form, if you are filing a Rupture Claim or a Current Claim, you must also submit Supporting Medical Documentation, as defined in Paragraph 2.5 of Exhibit D to the Agreement.

The Initial Claim Deadline is December 1, 2004

The Final Claim Deadline is June 1, 2009


If you are not now suffering from a Designated Medical Condition but would like to preserve your rights to make a claim for compensation under the Agreement in the future, you must submit to the Claims Administrator a Claim Form with the Ongoing Claim option checked, post-marked on or before the Initial Claims Deadline of December 1, 2004. Then, you must also submit an Ongoing Claim Form, attached to the Agreement as Exhibit C-2, with the selected Designated Medical Condition checked and Supporting Medical Documentation to the Claims Administrator, postmarked on or before the Final Claim Deadline of June 1, 2009.

Submission Information

Please be advised that the documentation process takes time. Act now. Do not wait until the few weeks before the deadline to begin the documentation process.

All documentation must be submitted to the Claims Administrator postmarked on or before the deadlines noted above.

If you need a copy of the Agreement or the Exhibits, please go to http://www.canadianbreastimplantsettlement.com or alternatively please contact the Claims Administrator.

Claims Administrator:
Dow Corning / British Columbia and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement
c/o Deloitte & Touche LLP
P.O. Box 48660
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
V7X 1A3
Telephone (Local): 604-640-3336
Outside Vancouver/Lower Mainland: 1-877-640-3336
Email Address: dcsettlementbcandother@deloitte.ca
Website: www.canadianbreastimplantsettlement.com

This notice summarizes the Agreement. In the event of contradiction between this notice and the Agreement, the Agreement shall govern.

This notice has been approved by the Supreme Court of British Columbia

Please keep this notice for future reference.

Forms​

1. Ongoing Claim Form 
2. Supporting Medical Documentation Form 
3. Release of Dow Corning and the Released Parties ​
4. Solicitor's Certificate of Legal Advice 
5. Affidavit of Unrepresented Settlement Class Member 
6. Change of Address Form 
7. Change of Legal Representative Form 
8. Claimant's Checklist 
9. Registration/Opt-In Form ​

Adobe Acrobat is required to view the forms. To download Adobe Acrobat, click here.​​

All completed forms and supporting documentation for Expedited, Raw Material and Current Claims (including Rupture Claims) should now have been submitted to the Claims Facility. Ongoing Claimants are required to submit all documentation by the Final Claims Deadline of June 1, 2009
All faxes should be sent to:
1-866-732-9160. Documents requiring signature must be sent by mail to the Claims Facility

​Documents​​

  1. Dow Corning / British Columbia and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement Agreement ("the Agreement")  
  2. Notice of Approval and Effective Date of the Dow Corning / British Columbia and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement Agreement ("the Notice")  
  3. Product Identification Guidelines  
  4. US Settlement Agreement - Annex A, Schedule 1 - Acceptable Proof of Manufacturer  
  5. Appointment of Claims Administrator, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated April 26, 2004  
  6. Definition of "Treating Physician", Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated July 8, 2004  
  7. Sharing of Information between Claim Facilities, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated July 8, 2004  
  8. Compensation for Multiple Implants, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated August 4, 2004  
  9. Joint Stipulation and Order regarding data sharing among the Settlement Facility - Dow Corning Trust, the MDL 926 Claims Office and the Canadian Claims Facilities, Order of the United States District Court dated September 10, 2004  
  10. Extension of the Dow Corning/British Columbia and Other Provinces Breast Implant Litigation Settlement Agreement Registration Deadline, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated October 8, 2004  
  11. Amendment to Claims Deadline for Ongoing Claimants, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, dated November 10, 2004  
  12. Extension of the Initial Claims Deadline, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, dated November 18, 2004  
  13. Certificant of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (C.C.F.P.), Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated July 7, 2005  
  14. Sharing of Information with Class Counsel and Dow Corning for the purpose of Other Objective Verification of Product Identification Documentation, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated July 7, 2005  
  15. Authorisation to Claims Administrator to Make Partial Payment to Approved Current Claimants, Order of the Supreme Court of British Columbia dated November 23, 2005  
  16. Court Order approving mailing to Ongoing Claimants, dated September 24, 2008  

Adobe Acrobat is required to view the documents. To download Adobe Acrobat, click here.

FAQ​​​​

1. General Questions

Q1.1

When do I need to file my claim by?

Q1.2

Should I use the on-line system?

Q1.3

How will I know what to do on-line system?

Q1.4

What if I don't have access to the Internet?

Q1.5

How do I change my address & contact details?

Q1.6

I've forgotten my password, what do I do?

Q1.7

Where can I get new forms?

Q1.8

What forms do I need to fill in?

Q1.9

What do I need to submit?

Q1.10

How do I fill in the forms?

Q1.11

I have already sent forms in - do I need to complete these additional forms?

Q1.12

Do I need to send in my medical documentation again?

Q1.13

Do I have to submit the original medical records or are copies OK?

Q1.14

How do I know what my diagnosis is?

Q1.15

How do I know if Dow Corning made my implant?

Q1.16

Where do I send my forms and documentation?

Q1.17

When am I going to be paid?

Q1.18

How much will I paid?

Q1.19

Why are U.S. claimaints being paid before Canadian claimants?

Q1.20

What is happening in the U.S. bankruptcy proceedings?

2. Supporting Medical Documentation Questions

Q2.1

How can I obtain a copy of records I previously submitted to the MDL-926 Claims Office?

Q2.2

How can I obtain a copy of records I previously submitted to the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust?

3. Product Identification Documentation Questions

Q3.1

How can I obtain a copy of records I previously submitted to the MDL-926 Claims Office?

Q3.2

How can I obtain a copy of records I previously submitted to the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust?


Q1.1 When do I need to file my claim by? [top]

All claimants, whether you are making an expedited, raw material, current, rupture or an ongoing claim, must submit their claim form and product identification documentation ("PID") on or before the Initial Claims Deadline of December 1, 2004. Claimants making a current or rupture claim must also submit Supporting Medical Documentation on or before December 1, 2004.

If you are making an ongoing claim, your claim form, where you have chosen to file an Ongoing Claims and your PID must be submitted by December 1, 2004. Prior to the Final Claims Deadline of June 1, 2009 your ongoing claim form and supporting medical documentation must be submitted.​


Q1.2 Should I use the on-line system? [top]

This is entirely your decision. You will still be able to claim should you choose not to use the on-line system. The on-line system is provided to assist claimants in the completion of their claim. The on-line system will lead claimants through the required information to ensure all necessary information is provided.

On this web site, you will find a copy of the Settlement Agreement, have the opportunity to elect to become an on-line claims administration user in the secure portion of the website and should you decide not to use the on-line claims administration system you will find all forms and information required to submit your claim.

By selecting the on-line claims administration option on the website, you are able to complete your claim on-line, print out completed claim documents for signature and reference, communicate with the Claims Facility using an efficient encrypted method of communication, and have access to your complete claims file.

We will post important information about the claims process on this website, and you are encouraged to access the website on a regular basis to keep up with news about the settlement process.


Q1.3 How will I know what to do on-line system? [top]

The on-line system is designed to assist claimants through the necessary forms step-by-step and guide you through the process. If you do have any questions while you are using the system you are able to save your documents and come back to them later. Please contact the Claims Facility with your queries.


Q1.4 What if I don't have access to the Internet? [top]

If you do not have access to the internet, please advise the Claims Facility and all the necessary forms will be sent to you.

Whether you use the on-line system or not does not change your ability to claim under this Settlement. The on-line system is provided to assist claimants with the completion and submission of their claim.


Q1.5 How do I change my address & contact details? [top]

Once you have elected to become an on-line claims administration system user, you can change your contact details on-line at any time by selecting "Edit My Contact Information" within the secure portion of the website

If you do not have access to the on-line system, in order to change your details manually, you must provide a written notice to the Claims Administrator providing the following information:

  • BC Registration Number

  • Deloitte File Number

  • What changes are to be made to your contact details

The notice must be signed by the claimant or authorized representative for the claimant and mailed or faxed to the claims facility.


Q1.6 I've forgotten my password, what do I do? [top]

If you are using the on-line system, click on the "Forgotten Password?" link on the login page and the system will prompt you with your secret question and you will be able to choose a new password.

If you do not have access to the on-line system you do not require a password, just your BC Registration Number and Deloitte File Number.


Q1.7 Where can I get new forms? [top]

If you are an on-line claims administration system user, personalized forms can be downloaded from the secure section of the website.

www.canadianbreastimplantsettlement.com

If you have access to the Internet but have chosen not to use the on-line claims administration system, forms can be downloaded from the website and printed for your completion.

Alternatively, if you do not have access to the Internet, please contact the Claims Facility and forms will be sent to you.


Q1.8 What forms do I need to fill in? [top]

  • Claim Form
  • Solicitor's Certificate of Legal Advice; or
  • Affidavit of Un-represented Settlement Class Member;
  • Release of Dow Corning and the Released Parties.

A Licensed Medical Specialist will also need to fill in the Supporting Medical Documentation Form.


Q1.9 What do I need to submit? [top]

  • Claim Form;
  • Solicitor's Certificate of Legal Advice; or
  • Affidavit of Un-represented Settlement Class Member;
  • Release of Dow Corning and the Released Parties.
  • Supporting Medical Documentation Form;
  • Supporting Medical Documentation; and
  • Product Identification Documentation.


Q1.10 How do I fill in the forms? [top]

If you are using the on-line claims administration system, the system will take you through the questions, step-by-step and will prompt you for responses where answers are required. Should you have any questions, you may contact the Claims Facility for assistance.

If you are completing the forms manually and have questions, you may contact the Claims Facility for assistance. Please remember to have your BC Registration Number and Deloitte File Number with you when contacting the Claims Facility. 


Q1.11 I have already sent forms in - do I need to complete these additional forms? [top]

Yes. In order to be eligible for the BC & Other Provinces Settlement you have already had to register. We now require each claimant to submit and prove their claim in this Settlement. All forms, including supporting medical documentation and sufficient product identification documentation must be completed and submitted. 


Q1.12 Do I need to send in my medical documentation again? [top]

Yes. In order to participate in the Settlement, Claimants must send in sufficient Supporting Medical Documentation as directed by the Settlement. Supporting Medical Documentation is defined in Exhibit D, paragraph 2.5 of the Settlement Agreement.

Sufficient Supporting Medical Documentation must be sent to the Claims Facility either by fax or by mail. 


Q1.13 Do I have to submit the original medical records or are copies OK? [top]

You may submit a copy of the medical records. They do not have to be the originals. If the copies are illegible the Claims Administrator may request the originals.


Q1.14 How do I know what my diagnosis is? [top]

Please contact your doctor for assistance in determining your diagnosis and severity/disability category. The Settlement Agreement provides specific guidelines that a Licensed Medical Specialist must use in making a diagnosis. Depending on the nature of your diagnosis, your treating physician may also need to perform a severity/disability assessment. 


Q1.15 How do I know if Dow Corning made my implant? [top]

Dow Corning manufactured silicone gel and saline breast implants. It did not manufacture or sell implants with polyurethane foam. The implant brand names for Dow Corning are Silastic, Silastic II, Silastic MSI or MIS and Varifil. For certain time periods the implant record may identify Cronin or Mueller or V. Mueller. A complete list of products and brand names is available at www.canadianbreastimplantsettlement.com/documents.html (See US Settlement Agreement - Annex A, Schedule 1 - Acceptable Proof of Manufacturer).

Please note that Product Identification Documentation must be submitted with all claims, on or before the Initial Claims Deadline, being December 1, 2004.


Q1.16 Where do I send my forms and documentation? [top]

If you are using the on-line claims administration system, your forms can be completed and submitted on-line. The system will prompt you to print all documents that require signature. These documents will need to be signed and mailed to the Claims Facility.

If you are completing the forms manually, they can be faxed or mailed to:

Claims Administration
Dow Corning / British Columbia and Other Provinces
Breast Implant Litigation Settlement
c/o Deloitte & Touche LLP
P.O. Box 48660
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
V7X 1A3

Fax: 1-866-732-9160

All forms requiring signature must be mailed to the Claims Administrator.


Q1.17 When am I going to be paid? [top]

When each claimant will be paid is dependent on the type of claim submitted by a claimant. For example, if you elect to make an Expedited Claim, your claim will be paid in either the first or the second year of the Settlement, depending on when you file your claim.

Please refer to the Settlement Agreement (Exhibit 1, Section 1), available at www.canadianbreastimplantsettlement.com for further details regarding the timing of payment for each class of claim.


Q1.18 How much will I paid? [top]

Each approved Expedited Claim will be paid $1,200USD.

Each approved Raw Materials Claim will be paid $330USD, except if the number of Raw Material Claims exceed 2,000, then a fund of $ 660,000USD will be divided equally amongst the Raw Material Claim group.

If you are making any other type of claim we are unable to advise at this time how much each claimant will be receiving. However, we can advise that there is a pool of money to be distributed to all claimants on the basis of each claimant's diagnosis and the severity/disability of each claimant. Each claimants diagnosis and severity/disability level will be assigned a ratio. Exhibit A-1 to the Settlement Agreement lists the ratios as assigned to the diagnoses. When the ratios for all claimants are known, the available funds will be split based on your ratio.

For example, if you are diagnosed with Lupus - Category A, under Option II, you will be assigned a ratio of 25. This means you will share in 25 units of the available funds. If you are diagnosed with a condition under Option I Category C, you will be assigned a ratio of 1, or 1 unit. Claimants with a ratio of 25 will receive higher compensation than Claimants with a ratio of 1. The amount of compensation assigned to each unit can only be determined once claimants have filed their claims.


Q1.19 Why are U.S. claimaints being paid before Canadian claimants? [top]

A separate and distinctly different Settlement Agreement governs US Claimants. The US Bankruptcy Court, allowed the Claims Facility administering the US Settlement Agreement to commence the claims administration process prior to the Effective Date, of June 1, 2004 and accordingly they are now at the stage of distributing funds to the first claimants. The BC & Other Provinces Settlement Agreement only became effective on the Effective Date of June 1, 2004 at which point the claims administration process began.


Q1.20 What is happening in the U.S. bankruptcy proceedings? [top]

To get the best available information on the US bankruptcy proceedings please go to:

http://www.mied.uscourts.gov/_dow/dowdefault.htm


Q2.1 How can I obtain a copy of records I previously submitted to the MDL-926 Claims Office? [top]

If you already submitted documents to the MDL-926 Claims Office and require a copy for filing with the BC & Other Provinces Claims Administrator, we suggest you contact the MDL-926 Claims Office to determine what information they are able to provide you. The MDL-926 Claims Office can be contacted at:

MDL 926 Claims Office (for the Revised Settlement Program)
Mailing Address: MDL 926 Claims Office
P.O. Box 56666
Houston, TX 77256
Phone Number: 1-800-600-0311
Email Address: info@claimsoffice926.com
MDL 926 Claims Office Website: www.claimsoffice926.com


Q2.2 How can I obtain a copy of records I previously submitted to the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust? [top]

If you already submitted documents to the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust and require a copy for filing with the BC & Other Provinces Claims Administrator, we suggest you contact the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust to determine what information they are able to provide you. The US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust can be contacted at:

Houston Office (US)
P.O. Box 52429
Houston, Texas 77052-2429
USA
Phone Number: (713) 874-6099
Toll free Number: 1 866 874-6099 (within the U.S.)
International Toll Free Number: AT&T Direct Access Number + 866 + 874-6099 (outside the U.S.)
Email: info@sfdct.com


Q3.1 How can I obtain a co​py of records I previously submitted to the MDL-926 Claims Office? [top]

If you already submitted documents to the MDL-926 Claims Office and require a copy for filing with the BC & Other Provinces Claims Administrator, we suggest you contact the MDL-926 Claims Office to determine what information they are able to provide you. The MDL-926 Claims Office can be contacted at:

MDL 926 Claims Office (for the Revised Settlement Program)
Mailing Address: MDL 926 Claims Office
P.O. Box 56666
Houston, TX 77256
Phone Number: 1-800-600-0311
Email Address: info@claimsoffice926.com
MDL 926 Claims Office Website: www.claimsoffice926.com


Q3.2 How can I obtain a copy of records I previously submitted to the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust? [top]

If you already submitted documents to the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust and require a copy for filing with the BC & Other Provinces Claims Administrator, we suggest you contact the US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust to determine what information they are able to provide you. The US Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust can be contacted at:

Houston Office (US)
P.O. Box 52429
Houston, Texas 77052-2429
USA
Phone Number: (713) 874-6099
Toll free Number: 1 866 874-6099 (within the U.S.)
International Toll Free Number: AT&T Direct Access Number + 866 + 874-6099 (outside the U.S.)
Email: info@sfdct.com


This page provides answers to general questions claimants may have. In the event of contradiction between these answers and the Agreement, the Agreement shall govern.