BP Settlement News – BP Claim Update

BP ClaimBP Claim Update – BP ordered to fund the settlement for the third quarter

 

While BP is yet again trying to stall payment to claims filed through the Deepwater Horizon Court Supervised Settlement, a federal magistrate ordered them to pay $130 million dollars in fees to the claims administrator.

 

The judge ruled that BP must cough up the amount that was previously agreed upon as a part of the third-quarter budget. The settlement supervisor, Judge Carl Barbier, upheld this ruling after it was appealed by BP, even though the judge felt that BP had raised valid concerns in reference to fraudulent claims.

 

While the judges were aware of the ongoing concerns, they discerned that it was not plausible to cut off funding to the program with such short notice. Claims Administrator, Patrick Juneau believes the settlement would be in jeopardy of closing if it could not cover its expenses.

 

BP has asked for a stay on BP Claim payouts until the investigation taking place at the settlement program has ended. Louis Freeh, former FBI director, is looking into accusations of foul play by an attorney and other staff members that have been brought into question. Lionel H. Sutton III resigned in June because of allegations that before coming to work for the settlement he had referred several potential BP Claims to attorneys and was getting a cut of the proceeds. There were other allegations that a representative from a claimant assistance center in Alabama was helping claimants submit fraudulent claims for a portion of the proceeds.

 

The federal judge has not yet made a decision about the payment stall on BP Claims.

 

At BPClaims.org we believe in the integrity of the Deepwater Horizon Settlement. We believe that this institution is there to help the people. The claims process may be a slow process, but there are very strict guidelines that must be followed. A few bad apples would be found in virtually any organization that is inspected thoroughly.  That does not make the settlement as a whole corrupt. We know that Carl Barbier and Pat Juneau are fighting for the people of the Gulf, and that they will continue to.

 

In the meantime, let the BP Claim payments continue to roll out.

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BP Settlement News

BP Settlement NewsBP’s new Advertising Campaign paints them as the victim of the Oil Spill incident, trying to discourage the filing of future BP Claims. 

It seems as if BP will try just about anything to stop paying out BP Claims. Their new full-page ads in The Wall Street Journal and New York Times are stating that many lawyers and claimants whose losses are not spill-related are benefiting from the settlement.

Establishing the new “BP Fraud-Hotline” is another scare tactic the company is using to deter claimants from filing. This hotline is for “people that want to do the right thing by reporting fraud or corruption” in any step of the claims filing process. Even though many believe the monkey business that was going on behind the scenes of the settlement was an isolated incident, BP is trying to scare people away from filing claims with the threat of being found guilty of fraud.

The Truth behind the BP Settlement

The truth of the matter is that BP AGREED to this court supervised settlement. THEY set up the guidelines and parameters. THEY established the affected “Economic Loss Zones” and determined the percent of decline and incline in revenue needed to prove the claimant’s causation.

Their negligence and greed caused the biggest oil spill disaster in history, they should be held accountable, and they should certainly be held accountable to pay the qualifying claims under the settlement they AGREED to.

BP’s tactic is delay, deny, and defend.

They delay BP Claim payment with incompleteness notices, document investigation processes, and appeals.

They deny BP Claims when they are missing one piece of documentation that is not accounted for.

They defend themselves by continually asking the courts to stall payments so they can keep gaining interest on the remaining amount left in the settlement.

They’ve asked to exclude certain industries from the settlement numerous times.

The fact of the matter is BP agreed to the terms of the Court Supervised Settlement. It was written to pay BP Claims which meet certain guidelines, and to exclude certain entities as well. Thus far, their efforts to change the guidelines of the settlement have been unsuccessful. They cannot rewrite the settlement they agreed to. If they are somehow able to change the settlement in their favor, something needs to be done for those that lost everything but were outside of a zone, or those who took quick pays for much less than they deserved when they had no other choice.

BPClaims.org is here to help with your BP Settlement

We are on your side. We fight for the people of the gulf. We know what BP is doing, and that they are trying to paint themselves to be the victims of fraudulent claims. Their greed and negligence took 11 lives in 2010. Who were the victims then? Who are the true victims? So many have lost their livelihood and health because of this disaster. BP is just a big corporation trying to keep their money in their pockets

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Halliburton Pleads Guilty

Halliburton Pleads Guilty to Destroying Evidence

Halliburton Pleads GuiltyHalliburton, BP’s cement contractor from the drilling rig that exploded in April 2010, has pled guilty to destroying evidence in connection to the Gulf Oil Spill.

This is the third company that has pled guilty to the conditions surrounding the oil spill. Halliburton is the world’s second-largest oil field services company, and will be required to pay a maximum $200,000 fine in relation to this misdemeanor. (Roughly four minutes worth of revenue for the company)

Halliburton voluntarily paid out $55 million dollars to the National Fish and Wildlife Fund to try and gain some clout with the public and clear their name. However, seeing that this is a non-profit organization, it will likely result in a tax write off for the company.

Following the rupture of the Macondo oil well, the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig triggered the largest offshore oil spill in history and left 11 dead. The ripple effects of the spill destroyed and devastated the environment and the economy of the Gulf Coast.

The allegations in the case were that during the creation of the Macondo well, Halliburton recommended to BP that it contain 21 centralizers. Centralizers are metal collars that can improve cementing, thus making the well more secure. However, BP chose to use just 6 centralizers. After the blowout, the government probed into the cementing of the well and this is when Halliburton ordered computer simulations showing little difference in using 6 centralizers and 21 centralizers to be destroyed. Government efforts to later locate these simulations were unsuccessful.

The Department of Justice still may pursue criminal charges against individuals involved in destroying evidence, but a spokeswoman for the company does not believe that will be the case.

It is surprising the government would accept a plea for such a minor charge, given the oil spill was one of the worst in history. This ruling is in stark contrast to the Enron market manipulation a decade ago, where destruction of evidence led to multiple felonies including obstruction of justice.

Yet again, more evidence of the US government taking it easy on big corporations. Maybe not so surprising as former Halliburton CEO Dick Cheney was responsible for obtaining multiple contracts for the company while holding federal government positions.  How can this ruling be impartial? It seems those who are a part of the law sure know how to get around it.

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Receive the BP Settlement You Deserve

How can you receive the BP Settlement you deserve?

BP Settlement ProtestersNot only did the April 2010 BP oil spill cause extreme damage and devastation to the environment, it also had a ripple effect throughout the entire economy of the Gulf Coast of the United States.  Businesses and Individuals in the affected areas saw a decline in revenue and earnings following the incident as a direct result of the lack of tourism, rising prices of seafood, and many other factors.  The first response for economic reimbursement was the GCCF, later replaced by the BP Settlement which now oversees all claims.

How do I know if I qualify to file a  BP claim?

To be eligible to file a valid BP Settlement claim, a business or an individual’s business address must fall within one of the specified BP Economic Loss Zones. The claimant must also make sure that the nature of their business is not included on the list of ineligible entities. At this point, financial documentation will need to be provided to prove the loss.

BP Settlement Individual Claims

Individual claimants will need to provide tax documents and pay period earning statements from at least 2009-2011 to show that their hours or wages were reduced as a direct result of the spill. Most individuals also will need to establish an eligible employer by having an authorized business representative submit a sworn statement that the employee’s financial losses were directly related to the spill.

The amount of compensation an individual can expect to receive is directly correlated to the amount of money they lost in the compensation period as compared to the benchmark period. Therefore, every payout will vary on a claim to claim basis.

BP Settlement Business Claims

Businesses outside of Zone A must prove their damages by passing a causation test. The causation test is an algorithmic calculation which uses financial figures from a business’s monthly profit and loss statements to determine the eligibility of the claim. This test uses the provided figures to try to find a certain percentage of decline in revenue in the months following the spill in 2010, as compared to those same months in 2009. The financials should also show a certain percentage of uptake in those same months in 2011. The percentage of decline in 2010 and incline in 2011 that are needed to pass the “V-trend test” will vary based upon which geographical zone the businesses address falls within.

The amount of compensation a business can expect to receive is based upon which zone the business is located in, the nature of the business as evidenced by the NACIS code, and the amount of loss in the compensation period. Once again, the amount of compensation will vary on a claim by claim basis, as many factors come into play for business claims.

Is there a quick way to find out my eligibility?

For a BP Settlement business claim, we can run the basic financials through our preliminary calculator and quickly determine if the claim passes causation or if it does not. For a preliminary calculation we would need:

The business address
NAICS Code
Monthly Gross Revenue for Jan 2007-Dec 2011

If the business passes causation we would then need further documentation to calculate the businesses estimated compensation amount and to make the claim complete under the guidelines of the Deepwater Horizon Settlement.

Do I Need to Hire a Professional?

It is not completely necessary to hire a professional. Many people file claims on their own without representation. However, there are many reasons why you might choose to seek guidance on this matter. We hear from business and individual claimants every day who have filed claims on their own and are being delayed with multiple incompleteness notices and are frustrated and fed-up.

The Court-Supervised 1,300 page BP Settlement is an extremely detailed and convoluted document which can be overwhelming and disheartening to those who have no prior experience with the legal components that professionals are equipped to handle.

What Services do we offer?

Our team of experts helps you gather and prepare the needed documents for review. The claim is then assessed for eligibility, completeness and validity. Business claims are calculated either by a CPA or under the direct supervision of a CPA to ensure accuracy of the expected compensation figure. At this time the complete claim will be filed.

Once the claim is filed to the Deepwater Horizon Settlement, should there be any discrepancies regarding paperwork or financials, we work with the client to handle all incompleteness notices, requests for reconsideration, re-reviews, appeals, and denial notices. Clients may always feel free to contact us regarding the status of their claim, and know that we notify them immediately when we have any deadlines pending.

How do I begin the process of filing my claim?

There is only a short time remaining to file all claims to the Deepwater Horizon Settlement, the deadline being April 22, 2014. Call us today for a free claim assessment. If you have your preliminary documents in order, we may be able to quickly run a calculation to determine your eligibility. Call 1-800-BP-CLAIM or complete the BP Settlement form on the right and someone contact you shortly thereafter.

 
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Deepwater Horizon Settlement Outline

deepwater horizon settlement imageOutline of the Deepwater Horizon Settlement

The Court-Supervised Deepwater Horizon Settlement was set forth to compensate businesses and individuals that were financially harmed by the oil spill explosion caused by BP in April of 2010. BP has estimated the costs related to compensating claims to be 7.8 billion dollars; however, there is no cap on the total amount that will be paid out. The total amount of compensation will depend upon the number of qualifying claims that receive an offer. Therefore, the estimated 100,000 claims being filed may end up receiving less than the 7.8 billion dollars that has been set aside, or more.

Is anyone excluded from filing to the Deepwater Horizon Settlement?

There are certain industries that BP has excluded from the Settlement. Those who owned a business in or worked within any of the industries listed below are ineligible to file claims to the Deepwater Horizon Settlement.

  • Governmental Organizations
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Insurance Entities
  • Financial Institutions, Funds, Financial Trusts, and other Financial Vehicles
  • Oil and Gas Industry Entities
  • Entities selling or marketing BP-branded fuel
  • Gaming and Casino Entities
  • Those who chose to exclude themselves from the Economic Class
  • Those that were required to file under the Oil Pollution Act

How can I determine my eligibility to file a claim?

Businesses and Individuals in almost any other industry may be eligible to file a claim providing the physical address of their business or employer from the time of the spill falls within one of the designated “Economic Loss Zones”. These are geographic regions that have been recognized by BP as areas that were either directly or indirectly affected by the spill.

How can I determine my business loss?

After you have determined that your business was located within an Economic Loss Zone, it will be time to take a look at your financials.

All businesses, (except those located in Zone A) will need to prove their damages (causation) by showing a specific percentage of lost revenue, lost variable profit, and loss of potential revenue growth in the selected months of 2010, as compared to the same months in the benchmark period. They will also need to show a specific amount of uptake in those same months in 2011. This revenue pattern is referred to as the V-trend and if the financial documents follow this pattern, the business automatically proves causation.

What documents do I need to provide for a Deepwater Horizon Settlement claim evaluation?

The initial causation test is a complex, formulaic calculation which can quickly determine whether your business qualifies under the settlement, and roughly how much compensation you are eligible to receive. The preliminary test requires the following:

  • Business Address
  • NAICS code
  • Gross Revenue Statements from Jan 2007- Dec 2011 (or a minimum of Jan 2009-Dec 2011)

After this calculation, if it is determined that the claim is valid, additional paperwork will be needed to make the claim complete under the guidelines of the Deepwater Horizon Settlement.

Why Should I Seek the Help of a  Deepwater Horizon Settlement Claims Preparer?

The Court-Supervised Settlement Agreement is a 1,300 page document filled with complexities and intricacies that can be confusing and frustrating to those with no experience in this field.

Our team of experts prepares and files claims that have been checked for accuracy and validity. We help the client prepare all necessary documents and ensure the claim is complete before it is filed.

Our financial calculations are preformed either by a CPA, or under the direct supervision of a CPA, to ensure we come as close to the actual compensation amount as possible.

Should there be any discrepancies from the settlement once the claim has been filed, we handle all incompleteness notices, appeals, re-reviews, reconsiderations, or denials in a timely manner.

We fight for our clients and push the claim as far as it can possibly go within the Deepwater Horizon settlement. If the claim cannot proceed any further, and the claimant does not receive a settlement, they owe us nothing.

Time is Limited – Act Now!

If you have your paperwork ready, we can quickly calculate whether or not your business qualifies under the guidelines of the settlement. Time is running low; with the deadline to file all claims being April 22, 2014. The more quickly we can gather the documents, evaluate and file the claim, the more quickly it can be reviewed and paid out through the settlement.

If you’ve ever wondered if you qualify to file a BP Claim and you have the preliminary documents at hand, call us today or fill out the form on this page to speak to claims representative immediately.  Help is just a phone call away.

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bp settlement thoughts and more

deepwater horizon settlementRound 1 goes to the PEOPLE. Will there be more rounds? You can bet on it. I have been telling ya’ll for months now that the people that run the bp settlement are on your side. If you have not gotten that by now, stop reading. I will no longer capitalize bp. They just don’t deserve it.

The settlements fought hard against bp Friday, and guess what, the good guys won. Many of you do not even know it yet, but you/we won.

This is not bp, nor is it Feinberg, and his regime.

This is a group, however imperfect, that truly has one goal in mind, and this is to make you whole. Yes a few lawyers got greedy, and did favors for their friends, imagine that.

I can tell you stories about lawyers and greed, but let’s not go there, okay maybe just for a minute. You know who you are, and you know, I know who you are. What you need to remember is that this was always about the victims, and not lining your coffers. Fair warning here, don`t forget this is about the people, and not your bottom line.

Put your egos and your pocketbooks aside, and do the right thing.

I have heard from many claimants that their lawyer, or their firm, decided not to answer incompleteness notices on the claimant’s behalf, so that they could litigate, or go into OPA, without the clients consent. The point is, many of your clients want to take a fair bp settlement offer, but you are not letting them. On the other end of the equation, you want a higher percentage, and you all want litigation. This is clearly a tactic used by some attorneys. The fact you continue to ignore is that this is about the people. I implore you to help them.

We are here to defend, to cherish, and to assist; especially those that have been forgotten. We at bpClaims.org have assisted those that many believed could not be helped. Some we could not, due to documentation issues but we did what we could to help. The fact is, economically this does not work, but for us this was never about economics. We will still continue to fight our hardest to help you and others. If you feel we can help you, please make sure you have your documents in order. If you do so, we will fight for you regardless of our financial gain, this was never about money for us, it’s so much deeper than that. There are far too many who are just in it for the cash.

We are here for one reason, TO HELP PEOPLE. WE HAVE BEEN HERE FROM THE BEGINNING, AND WE WILL BE HERE UNTIL THE END.
Now, if you are a strong business claim, and can help US cut our losses by helping individuals, we would really appreciate the opportunity of handling your claim. We handle large claims well, and so do the partners in our Network. We have passion, and we get bp claims paid, probably better than anyone out there.

BP Claims and BP Settlement Help

BP Claims will continue to be PAID

BP will have to continue to pay valid BP claims, under the terms of the Deepwater Horizon Settlement.

Judge Barbier saw through BP`s charade, as he acknowledged this is all gamesmanship on their end, so they can appeal to the Fifth Circuit.

We at BPClaims.org have been fighting for victims rights, and to help people get claims paid since the very beginning.

We know BP, we know their true agenda, and it`s all about one thing at this point and that is saving money.
BP`s recent Offensive

First they are trying to scare people, and especially businesses from making claims. Don`t FALL for this, either your claims meet the parameters of the Deepwater Horizon Settlement or they do not.

There is no middle ground. If you feel you have a valid BP Claim we can and will assist you, we have the Largest BP Claims Network in the Country, between our in house claims, and our partner claims we have over 2 Billion Dollars in claims in the BP Settlement and over 300 Million PAID to Claimants.

Do Not Fall Prey to BP`s Tactics`s, they signed an open ended settlement agreement, that they most definitely wish they had not, and now want out of it all together.

If you want to know if you have a valid claims just call us at 1-800-BP- CLAIM or fill out the form to the right, we know BP Claims

BP Settlement goes to Court again

BP Settlement LogoBP Settlement Update

It seems rather ironic that on July 8th, shortly after our Country`s Celebration of Independence, BP will continue it’s pursuit to exclude certain groups from the BP Settlement, it`s not enough they poisoned our waters, left many with out work, and left many seriously ill. They continue to turn a blind eye to the trickle down affect of our local economies.

BP is asking for a one sided ruling from the Fifth Circuit. It should not be granted.

It is Amazing how BP is arguing against compensating claims based on the Settlement Agreement they set up, because they feel it unfairly treats some claimants due to mathematical anomalies in the claims formula.

What you don’t hear them stating is, if their position is granted, they should reopen the causation testing process and claims process to all of the Gulf Coast businesses in Zone C and D that were turned away from compensation due to unfortunate timing of revenues that resulted in BP’s favor and denied those claimants compensation. The Customer Mix Test was a vicious trap that has left many claimants without a dime.

What you don’t hear them stating is if their position is granted, we may have to recalculate all claims processed to date and claimants may actually have to pay back monies under the new method of calculation.

If the Court decides to grant BP`s request, there needs to be balance, and that means all of the people that took Quick Pays should be able to come back to the table, and the Customer Mix Test needs to modified, or done a way with.

While Feinberg was declaring himself independent, and after starving out so many, he unleashed perhaps the most heinous aspect of this whole quagmire. People were forced to take Quick Pays, the keyword here is forced, and that is something that Louis Freeh should be looking into.

The BP Settlement Has One Bad Apple

Louis Freeh the former Director of the FBI has been asked to look into some misconduct by an Attorney working for the Fund for doing some favors for a Law Firm in New Orleans. The fund was alerted of this some time ago, and David Welker, the Head of Security for the Deepwater Horizon Settlement Fund took immediate action. Much of the Attorneys actions occurred before he went to work for the fund in November 2012.

It just seems that for this news to break, at this particular time, with the July 8th date looming, it all seems very orchestrated. Couple that with BP`s new ad Blitz, come on now, eyes wide open guys.

BP Settlement Investigation

Since Judge Barbier has granted Mr. Freeh to go “fact-finding as to any other possible ethical violations or other misconduct” within the settlement program, I beg of him to look at the Quick Pay Scam, without doubt it was the Most Egregious Betrayal of the Public Trust. There would not have been a Deepwater Horizon Settlement had the GCCF been managed correctly, and Feinberg actually kept his promises, and that Mr. Freeh, is something We the People of the Gulf, really need you to sort out

Mr. Freeh, you are a welcome addition to this ever evolving situation, but I truly think you will find more dirt turning over the stones of the GCCF, then you ever will for The DeepWater Horizon Settlement.You will find layers upon layers of deceit, cloaked as incompetence, all meant to thwart people getting paid what they truly deserved.

It`s really this simple, the GCCF was run by Feinberg (paid by BP) and he hired Brown Greer. The Leadership of the Settlement Fund eventually had to create workarounds as BG were up to the same old tricks , stalling claims, hence Postlethwaite & Netterville comes into play ( hired by the Leadership of the Fund), and are doing a fantastic job.

The GCCF used a tried and true tactic of Delay, Deny, and Defend, that Mr. Freeh should definitely be on your agenda.

The BP Settlement is run by Judge Barbier and Pat Juneau, not BP, Americans who just want implement a Settlement that BP agreed to, and now wants to renege on.

For far too long British Petroleum was in charge, as they victimized the people of the Gulf.

Now as The BP Settlement finally gains traction, they are struggling to be in charge once again, didn`t we have to deal with this over 200 years ago.

If you need Help with your BP Settlement, we will Help You.

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The GCCF v.s. The BP Settlement

bp settlementDid all of your friends receive BP Settlement Payouts with little or no supporting documentation for their claim?

Did you work for a company where all of the other employees received compensation except for you?

Was your BP claim denied for no reason?

It is important to understand that before the Deepwater Horizon Economic Settlement came into play, there was a different group responsible for compensating businesses and individuals for losses incurred from the April 2010 oil spill. This was the GCCF, not the BP Settlement.

The Gulf Coast Claims Facility offered quick payments to individuals and businesses along the gulf coast and forced them to sign releases not to sue BP again in the future. Some people received settlements by submitting minimal to no documentation, while others that did the same job for the same company received nothing. 

Unfortunately, no one actually knows what guidelines the GCCF was using in regards to their payouts, which is probably one of the reasons they no longer exist today. At this time, anyone who signed a full and final release with GCCF may not file another claim for the same business or individual.

If you were denied by the GCCF, we may still be able to help you under the terms of the BP Settlement.

If you never updated your GCCF Claim, you need to do so to be a part of the Deeepwater Horizon Settlement.

The Deepwater Horizon Economic Settlement, which took over after the GCCF was shut down, was set up with very specific guidelines which the claims administrators follow down to the tee.

Most of the time, detailed, full documentation is now required for both business and individual claims. This is not to say that it is impossible to supply the needed documents; our office receives multiple settlement offers per week for both businesses and individuals. This just means that to present a valid claim to the settlement reviewers, you must provide the documents they are looking for. There are instances when workarounds are possible.

BP Settlement Help

BPClaims.org and our network partners work closely to prepare and file thousands of claims. We help our clients understand the process and paperwork they will need to provide to ultimately receive a payout. We know this can be a frustrating and confusing process and we work hard to help alleviate the stress that comes along with it.

We work with:

  • Business Owners
  • CPA`s
  • Individuals
  • Non-profits
  • Law Firms
  • VOO Claimants
  • and anyone else affected by the BP Oil Spill

When it comes to the help we provide for a BP Settlement, we do all that we can, including but not limited to:

  • Helping clients prepare and file valid claims
  • Responding to Incompleteness and Follow-up Incompleteness notices
  • Filing appeals to BP
  • Responding to appeals made by BP
  • Filing Medical Claims
  • Looking deeply into Denied Claims

If you or your business was truly affected by the oil spill, we can help you gather the needed documentation, process and file your claim. Please contact us today to get started.

Also for the latest news on the BP Settlement, visit our news page here.

BP Settlement Claims press Northward

Zone D Claims ROLL in

bp settlement  If you live in the states of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, and suffered a loss during the period of the Oil Spill 4/20/10, you could be entitled to file a BP Claim. There have been meetings set up by Attorney General Luther Strange in Birmingham, Huntsville, and Cullman over the last week to educate individuals, and business owners of this fact. Many Business owners and Individuals that live in the Northern areas of these states were unaware that they could file for compensation through the new DeepWater Horizon Settlement Centers.

 The Northern areas of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, are typically zone D.

A zone D business claim that fits the V-Trend model is the best candidate for getting paid. There are other models, but a business who’s revenue pattern meets the V-trend is by far the easiest claim to prove, and will require the least amount of documentation to file.

For a business in zone D to meet the V-trend revenue pattern, they would see a 15% decline in revenue in 2010, versus the same benchmark period of 09, or 08 and 09, or 07, 08, and 09 averaged together.  It will also see a rise in 2011 of at least 10% during the same benchmark period.

There are several other models such as the modified V-trend, decline only, and the failed business calculation. Businesses which meet a different revenue pattern will most likely have to pass the customer mix test, and claimants will have to identify where their clients came from, how much they spent and when they spent the money. For some businesses this is easy, for others such as restaurants and retailers it can be nearly impossible to track. There are some solutions for the customer mix test.

BP is trying to exclude certain groups from the BP Settlement.

When BP signed the DeepWater horizon Settlement Agreement, they left it uncapped except for the Seafood Compensation aspect. That means that BP could be on the hook for Billions more then they anticipated. They are seeing some large claims come through for Businesses in the Agriculture, Construction, Media ,and Professional areas, and hence want to exclude them. After being shot down by Judge Barbier several times, they are now appealing to the 5th circuit.

BP is also rumored to be in talks with David Cameron the Prime Minister of the U.K., asking him to go directly to President Obama to intervene. After some of the decisions that I have seen the 5th circuit make, I would not be at all surprised that BP may very well get their way. With the right amount of political pressure, accompanied by a huge war chest, and the right Attorneys, my personal opinion is that all bets are off.

Most of the Attorneys we process claims for seem to think that nothing will change. We are not Attorneys, we are claims processors and advocates. My gut says they’re wrong. We have been at this a long time now and have seen crazier things, like Feinberg’s Quick Pays.

Our Team

We do work with Attorneys when necessary,  but usually just on Appeals. We process many claims in house and do work with 2 other processors that I consider the strongest in the business.  Together make up the BP Claims Network. We traditionally charge 15-20% for Business Claims and 25% for Individual claims.

  • We can Assist you with claims that need to be updated from the GCCF days,
  • New claims
  • Incompleteness Notices
  • Denied Claims
  • Claims that have been Appealed by BP
  • Claims that need to be Appealed by the Claimant

If you need help with your BP Claims we will do our best to help you.

 

 

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