BP Attempts to Derail the BP Claims Process
“BP’s position is not that every single claim needs to be dismissed,” Andrew Langan, BP’s lawyer, told U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier at today’s hearing. Claims that have been improperly filed or not yet presented to BP’s trust fund should be dismissed, he said.
So in essence BP does not want to pay your BP Claim if you made a mistake on your BP Claim or if you haven`t filed one yet. Unless I am reading this way out of context, and I don`t think I am, BP is trying to mitigate it`s damages and block people from becoming part of the BP Claims process, if they have not already received your BP Claim, or they made a mistake filling it out. The truth is more then 70% of those eligible still have not filed their BP Claims.
Report Blames Obama, BP Claims not getting paid
The committee, chaired by Darrell Issa, said: “Many believe BP is not meeting its obligations and the federal government has abdicated its responsibility to intervene. The report also strongly criticized Barack Obama’s administration for failing to take charge of the clean-up and compensation, slamming the President for placing “the perpetrator of a reckless and unnecessary tragedy at the helm of the recovery operations”. The BP Claims Process has created the following according to the report “excessive compensation delays, inconsistent judgments, requirements that victims relinquish further claims against BP as a condition of compensation, and efforts to dissuade victims from obtaining legal representation.”
The report cited several glaring examples of the lack of consistency in the BP Claims Process. perhaps the most glaring was two fishermen in the Lafourche Parish who filled out very similar claims and had similar incomes, but one received $100,000 more. We have heard even worse BP Claims inconsistencies, for example we have often heard of two waiters or waitresses at the same restaurant, making the same money, putting in identical claims, only to have one claim accepted and another rejected. The BP claims process has been anything but fair.
BP Claims and You
I urge you to look at your income from previous years compared to 2010 and 2011, I urge you to look at the value of your Business, if you notice a drop, and it is in anyway connected to the Oil Spill, I strongly urge you to file a BP Claim. If you lost revenue, and it is Oil Spill related you are entitled to file a BP Claim. Personally I believe the whole Gulf Region was shutdown during the whole spill, and people immediately stopped spending. Some areas are rebounding faster then others, but what does the future hold?
BP set aside 20 Billion dollars to settle the BP Claims. According to recent articles, BP thinks it can get them all settled for less then 5 Billion, last month they thought they could have everything settled for less then 10 Billion, in essence BP just saved 5 Billion Dollars in one month, and do you know whose pocket that 5 Billion Dollars came from, it came from YOURS. BP is trying to shirk their responsibility to pay BP Claims, just listen to their own lawyers.
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