Fishermen state that claims process failed them

Posted on May 1st, 2011 No Comments

Fishermen and upset shareholders expressed their concerns with British Petroleum during the first annual meeting about the Gulf oil spill that killed 11 workers and left 4.1 million barrels of oil in the water.

Four people traveled to London in order to voice their concerns to the company. A representative for the Louisiana Oystermen Association has stated that BP should not be telling people that the fishing business is back to normal. He also stated that the interim payments that they were promised haveĀ  not been handed out and their communities are still feeling the devastating affects. Fishermen feel as if the claims process has failed and they are curious where the money is going.

If you or a loved one has not received a payment from the Gulf oil spill or your claim was denied, contact the Gulf Oil spill claims lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544 today.

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