To participate in any distributions on timely claims, all claims must be received by the Liquidator on or before the Claim Filing Deadline of March 29, 2024. Claim forms sent via the U.S.P.S. or another carrier must be received no later than March 29, 2024. Forms submitted electronically must be received by the Liquidator by 11:59 p.m. on March 29, 2024. No persons having a claim against Cameron Mutual Insurance Company ("CMIC") shall participate in any distribution of assets unless such claims are received by the Liquidator on or before the Claim Filing Deadline of March 29, 2024, and subsequently approved by the Liquidator or the Court.
Classes of claims - priority of distribution. The priority of distribution of claims from the insurer's estate shall be in accordance with the order in which each class of claims is herein set forth. Every claim in each class shall be paid in full or adequate funds retained for such payment before the members of the next class receive any payment. No subclasses shall be established within any class. No claim by a shareholder, policyholder or other creditor shall be permitted to circumvent the priority class through the use of equitable remedies. The order of distribution of claims shall be:
Please provide details and documentation or reference items previously provided to CMIC.
By Order of the Circuit Court of Cole County, Missouri (Case No. 23AC-CC04735), all persons who may have claims against Cameron Mutual Insurance Company ("CMIC") shall present the same to the Liquidator by the claims bar date of March 29, 2024, through a proof of claim. Claim forms sent via the U.S.P.S. or another carrier must be received no later than March 29, 2024. Forms submitted electronically must be received by the Liquidator by 11:59 p.m. on March 29, 2024. A proof of claim shall consist of a statement in writing, signed by the claimant, setting forth the claim, the consideration therefor, and whether any, and if so, what security are held therefor, and whether any, and if so, what payments have been made thereon, and that the sum claimed is justly owing from the company to the claimant. Whenever a claim is founded upon an instrument in writing, such instrument, unless lost or destroyed, shall be filed with the proof of claim, unless such was previously filed with the company. If such instrument is lost or destroyed, a statement of such fact and of the circumstances of such loss or destruction shall be filed under oath with the claim.
Enlisting the help of an attorney is not required. However, if your claim is completed and/or submitted on your behalf by an attorney, please provide the attorney contact information. If your claim is for policy benefits, please provide details. Attach copies (do not send original documents) of supporting documents. If the documents are voluminous, attach a summary. If the documents are not available, please explain. If you have other types of claims against the company provide a brief explanation of the claim and the amount claimed.
You must sign the Proof of Claim form and affirm that the representations set forth in this form are accurate. Please retain a copy for your records and mail the original of the form to:
Cameron Mutual Insurance Company in Liquidation
c/o Kirsten A. Byrd
4801 Main Street, Suite 1000
Kansas City, MO 64112
Alternatively, you may email or fax a signed, scanned copy to CameronPOC@huschblackwell.com or 866-454-5051.
If you move after you send in your claim form, you must provide us with your new address. Failure to do so may result in a loss of rights to obtain a distribution on your claim or to object to a denial in whole or in part of your claim.
Claims presented against CMIC will be reviewed by the Liquidator in accordance with Missouri Statute Â§ 375.1214. The Liquidator shall either approve the claim as filed or shall deny the claim in whole or in part. A written notice of approval or denial in whole or in part shall be given to the claimant or counsel. Whenever the Liquidator denies the claim in whole or in part and the claimant objects within 60 days to all or any portion of the contested amount, the contested claim shall be resolved in accordance with Â§ 375.1214, RSMo.
When all claims against the company are liquidated and approved by the Court, claims will be paid based on available general assets. The amount of payment will depend on the percentage of total assets to total claims in each particular claims class. The Liquidator may estimate the percentage that may be paid on claims and may make distributions based on that estimate. The Liquidator will not know the final percent that can be paid on any individual claim until all claims are liquidated and all assets are converted to cash. This process may take several months after the deadline for filing claims has passed.
The Liquidatorâ€™s acceptance of this Proof of Claim form is not intended to nor does it constitute any waiver or relinquishment by the Liquidator of any defense, setoff or counterclaim that he or she may have against any person, entity or governmental agency.