A report released by BP stated that they want to stop making oil spill payments because the majority of the region has recovered from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil explosion that left 11 workers dead.
According to officials at BP, the tourism industry is doing well again along with the fishing and shrimping industries. The document was filed with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility and stated that the business claimants are no longer at risk of suffering further financial loss from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
BP has been responsible for compensating those whose livelihood was affected by the oil spill as well as paying to clean up the disaster and pay environmental fines.
If you or a loved one has had your livelihood affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil explosion, contact the Gulf of Mexico oil spill lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-821-1544 and discussing your legal options.
The Attorney General of Alabama has sent a letter to the administrator of the Gulf Coast Claims Facility, Kenneth Feinberg, stating that processing the oil spill claims is taking too long.
The ag stated that the GCCF has taken a long time to pay out the claims so that the victims become too desperate and settle for an amount lower than they should.
He also reminded the people of Alabama that April 20 is the deadline to file a claim in the court litigation against the owner of the Deepwater Horizon, Transocean.
If you or a loved one suffered from the Gulf oil spill nearly a year ago and your claim was rejected, contact the Gulf oil spill rejected claims lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-821-1544 today to discuss your case.
The Gulf Coast Claims Facility has announced that they have reached a milestone while processing the oil spill claims by completing nearly half of the 265,000 final applications that they received.
In these claims nearly 100,000 quick payments of $5,000 were given out for individuals and $25,000 for businesses. These payments were for people that filed their claims during the facilities emergency phase last year.
Those who have received the quick payments must now sign a waiver to receive further damages. Of the 155,000 claims that were made for full payments, the committee has gone through 25 percent of them.
If you or a loved one was denied an oil spill claim, contact the Gulf oil spill denied claims lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-821-1544 today.
The governor of Alabama has said that he has reassurance from Kenneth Feinberg that there will be improvements made to the Gulf Coast claims process.
These improvements will be put into place so that the outstanding claims filed by Alabamians as a result of the oil spill last year will be reviewed.
The Gulf Coast Claims Facility will make sure that the claims filed by victims in Alabama are reviewed, processed and paid in a timely manner. There will be three accounting firms to help with the process.
If you or a loved one has been denied an oil spill claim, but have suffered tremendously from the spill, contact the Gulf oil spill denied claims lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-821-1544 today.
A man that was a former claims adjuster for BP is now speaking out about the complicated and slow claims process associated with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility.
The man was working with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility claims process and he is now stepping up to help others file their claims through the group. The man was brought in last summer as a certified claims adjuster to handle the process, but said that things changed when the GCCF came in.
The man is meeting with people to make sure that they have all the right papers because a figure was released saying that nearly 80 percent of claims will be denied for not having the right documentation.
If you or a loved one has been denied after filing an oil claim, you need experienced representation on your side. Contact the Gulf oil spill rejected claims lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-821-1544 today.
The Gulf Coast Claims Facility has paid nearly 180,000 claims while going through the emergency claims process, but nearly 300,000 claims were denied.
Pressure from the government has the claims processing group looking over the denied claims because many of them were put into a category that deemed them indirectly affected by the oil spill.
Claims that were denied include those in the real estate market and professionals such as doctors and lawyers. Many of these people are now resubmitting claims and hoping that they will not get denied this time because their business has affected their income significantly and they are seeking compensation.
If you have been denied an oil spill claim, you need experienced representation on your side in order to help you resubmit a claim. Contact the Gulf oil spill lawyers of Williams Kherkher by calling 800-821-1544 today.
The administrator of the $20 billion BP fund that was set up to help compensate victims who were affected by the oil spill, Kenneth Feinberg, has been on the claim that he is fully independent from BP.
A judge in the U.S. District Court issued the response after Feinberg said that he was completely independent from BP while settling claims through the fund. The judge said that these claims are “improper.”
The judge has stated that the relationship between BP and Feinberg are “hybrid” because the company is not settling any complaints, but they are the ones who appointed Feinberg. It is thought that because of this, more people may sue and not accept any quick settlements from the fund.
If you or a loved one has been denied a claim, this could cause you and your family to face serious financial issues after the damage that was done from the oil spill. Contact the Gulf oil spill rejected claims lawyers of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-821-1544 and discussing your case.