BP Claims Experts Continue to get Claims Paid
BP Claims Consultants and Adjusters continue to get your BP Claims paid, currently over 65% going through within 45 days,
If needed Attorneys are ready to step in to continue the process.
Our target is to get 100% of all valid individual claims paid, well within 45 days.
Our main goal has always been to help as many as possible.
We are consistently improving our skill set.
How do you help people, you get them paid, and get them paid quickly.
Some claims especially those under 50k are best handled by Claims Consultants/Adjusters, and if needed Attorneys.
We have BP Claims Experts that are Large Claims Catastrophic Adjusters
We also have Experts that specialize in smaller Individual Claims.
How do we get your BP Claims Paid
You are assigned to a BP Claims Expert who is knowledgeable in the BP Claims process, they will even give you their personal cell number so that you can contact them directly day or night.
They will will help you put together your paperwork and organize your claims.
If your claim is deficient in any way they will help you cure the deficiencies, even if it is at the GCCF.
They can also help you with your BP Claims even if they were denied.
They are passionate about getting your BP Claims paid. They will submit your Claim to the GCCF for you.
Some claims need the help of an Attorney, that is a fact, but your claim needs to be organized first, and BP Claims Experts can do just that, then hand it off to a firm that specializes in your type of case.
In some instances your case will be directed immediately to an Attorney.
We are not exclusively tied to any one Law Firm, we want you to be with the firm that will best handle your type of case. We are very fond of Brent Coon and Associates and Weitz Luxenberg.
BP Claims Consultants and Adjusters have a fee of 15% of what they receive from the GCCF, BP Claims Attorneys historically charge 25%-33.3%,
If your claim requires the help of an Attorney the fee from the claims adjuster will roll into the fee charged by the Attorney, you will not be charged anything extra. The Attorneys are happy to receive claims from Adjusters`s that are already well organized.
Feinberg looks to create new factors for BP Claims and want`s to pay Moratorium Claims
News stories have been coming out that Feinberg is working to develop more generous methodologies for people who make their living on other Gulf Seafood, such as shrimp, crab, and fish. Lets face it seafood from the Great Gulf of Mexico has a black eye right now, and the gulf is still environmentally challenged from the Oil Spill and then the Clean Up. The bayous and bays that are contaminated with oil and corexit, still have much of it there, right under the surface, and that is where most of the hatchlings mature. It is only fair for the GCCF under the direction of Ken Feinberg to adjust their Methodology. Currently Oystermen are given up to 7 times their 2010 losses.
Feinberg is also rethinking his stance on moratorium claims and with BP`s permission he wants to include them into the BP Claims process. This would be a blessing to many that lost most of their income due to BP`s negligence. There would never have been a moratorium if BP had not caused the biggest Oil Spill in U.S. history. The Baton Rouge Area Foundation was suppose to pay these claims, but instead denied many. If Feinberg takes charge of this, and indeed makes things right, it would be significant move of good will by Mr. Feinberg. Couple this with a possible change in methodology for people in the Gulf Seafood Industry, and we could be seeing a significant shift in Mr. Feinberg`s historical positions.