Kenneth Feinberg’s new system for handling claims from the Gulf oil spill is already running into delays. Feinberg had guaranteed a two-day response time, but some claimants say it isn’t happening yet.
How well claimants are being compensated for oil spill damages is impossible to tell from BP’s numbers. Those who have been paid are all counted the same, regardless of the details.
Other news organizations are helping ProPublica reach people who have filed claims in the BP oil spill.
The independent claims czar for the BP spill plans to drop the contractor BP had been using and hire two companies to replace it.
Examining the handling of 140,000 claims filed for damages from the BP oil spill is a job too big for any one newsroom.
BP acknowledges its decision to hold off paying many claims -- and will wait for Kenneth Feinberg, the independent administrator, to take over.
BP is lagging on deciding the validity of many damage claims, and claimants may have to wait until after the special administrator takes over later this month.
Seeking compensation for damages from the Gulf spill? Here’s our handy guide.
Lectores, necesitamos su ayuda. Es hora de examinar la operación masiva de las demandas establecida por BP para los daños del derramamiento de crudo y gas en el Golfo de México.
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