Numerous oil spill claims go unpaid

Posted on November 4th, 2011 No Comments

During the Gulf of Mexico oil spill last year, President Barack Obama had set up a moratorium rig that was to last five months. The claims from the people associated with this rig have seemed to go unnoticed.

There are two funds set up to aid people affected by the oil spills. One fund is directed by the Gulf Coast Claims Facility and the other fund was set up by BP. The people working on the moratorium for Obama do not technically qualify to benefit from either of these funds. For the most part, these workers contributed subcontracting services to workers on the rig.

Kenneth Feinberg, a large contributor to the oil spill claims processes, believes that these workers’ claims need to be paid. The foundation fund has already been sealed with only 755 workers receiving monetary damages from the oil spill.

If you or a loved one has been denied an oil spill claim, you need experienced representation at your side. Please contact the Gulf of Mexico oil spill denied claims lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544 today.

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