New claims administer for Gulf oil spill sends over 1,000 claims out

Posted on March 28th, 2012 No Comments

The new Gulf oil spill claims administrator has sent out the first payments after switch from Kenneth Feinberg’s operation. Patrick Juneau, the new administrator under the new legal settlement, has stated that the first claims were sent between March 8 to March 21.

It has been stated that nearly 1,096 claims were sent out and they totaled tonearly $27 million. Over half of the claimants were decided under Fienberg’s control, but the terms were not accepted before the end of February.

These claimants have already received 60 percent of what Feinberg said that they would receive, but under the new legal terms, they will not have to sign anything that will permit them from suing BP or any other parties considered responsible for the oil spill.

If you or a loved one suffered financially after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, you need experienced representation on your side. Contact the Gulf oil spill denied claims lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544 today.

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