Have You Filed a Claim With BP?

Michel, Amanda; Chavkin, Sasha
July 2010
Pro Publica;7/25/2010, p9
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The article reports on the progress made by BP PLC in execution of the compensation claims operation to pay for the damages from the Gulf oil spill. It reports that company has succeeded in meeting only 1 percent of compensation claims as against 20 billion dollar set aside to meet damages. Kenneth Feinberg has been appointed as administrator to take over the claims process from BP. Readers are invited to share details of their claim experience with this journal.


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