FAQs


Q: What Is The Cutoff Date For Dow Corning Implants?
A: If you were implanted with Dow Corning implants prior to June 1, 1993 and are registered with the SF-DCT, you may be eligible to participate in the Dow Corning Class Action settlements.
Q: I Do Not Have The Medical Records From My Initial Implantation Can You Still Help Me?
A: Acceptable Proof of Manufacturer is required in order to file a claim with Dow Corning. If you are registered with the SF-DCT, our office will do our best to assist you in obtaining your Proof of Manufacturer.
Q: I Was Implanted With A Non Dow Corning Implant, Am I Still Eligible For Funds?
A: No. The MDL-926 closed its doors on December 15, 2010. Unfortunately the only claims office still open for settlements is the SF-DCT.
Q: I Filed My Disease Claim With Dow Corning And Now Have A Deficiency. Can You Help Me?
A: Yes. Our office has been very successful with assisting women who have had difficulties curing their deficiencies. However, time is of the essence, so please contact our office, since you may only have one year to submit additional records.
Q: I Don’t Remember If I Registered. How Can I Find Out If I Am blog Categories?
A: To confirm your registration, please feel free to call the SF-DCT at (800) 529-6268 to check your status.
Q: I Just Found Out About The Class Action, Is It Too Late To Join?
A: The deadline to register for the Dow Corning Class Action was November 30, 1999. To confirm your registration, please feel free to call the SF-DCT at (800) 529-6268 to check your status.
Q: I Previously Received Money For My Breast Implants But I Am Still Sick. Can I Get More Money?
A: Every case is different. Please call our office so that we may assist you in determining your options.