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We are getting BP Claims Paid
An offer was received on August 27th, the claimant accepted the offer.
The Claimant was notified that all of his economic claims would then be handled under the terms of the DeepWater Horizon Settlement and agreed to that. The claim was handled for a 15% contingency fee.
There were several other BP Claims paid by our groups, they included Business Claims and more VOO Claims.
BP Settlement Calculations Dead On
The processing center that handles the majority of our large loss claims figured a BP Claim for approximately $359,540.00 the offer was for $359,410.00 they were off by $130.00.
We are thrilled with the accuracy of their calculations, this group also only charges 15% and only gets paid when the client gets paid.
Franklin County and Apalachicola Oystermen need Help
The more I have been hearing from Oystermen in Apalachicola, the more concerned I am for their future welfare.
It seems as though there is no new growth on the Winter Bars where they harvest Oysters.
The September 1 Oyster Season is right around the corner, Franklin County Commissioners are looking for help from BP and the EPA immediately.
The dispersant Corexit is most likely to blame, it has also caused a spike in Heart Attacks and Strokes in the Oystermen and Women`s communities.
This needs to be addressed immediately, members of the National Institute of Health have been taking hair and nail samples for months, enough sampling already, get these folks and others help now, people need to be made aware of the effects of Corexit.
Hurricane Isaac Stirs up the Gulf and Bays
Hurricane Isaac has pummeled Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi, Oil from the BP Spill will be hitting the shores of Our Beaches. Submerged Oil Mats known as SOM`s will be breaking apart and relocating. These mats still consist of 17% crude oil.
If you see Oil on the Beaches or in the Bays we want to hear about it, and take pictures if you can.
We have spoken to many of you in the last day, we are sorry for your losses and our prayers are with you
October 1 Opt Out Date Extended to November 1
We have been advocating for an Opt Out date extension for sometime now we are glad to see it got done. This will give the Attorneys more time to see how their clients fit into the settlement. The DeepWater Horizon Settlement Fund should be able to provide a large amount of offers on claims submitted to provide a sample set, of what we can all expect in the mean time. This will help us all evaluate BP Claims and get a feel for what will fit into the BP Settlement and what will not, and that is about to happen.
Free BP Claims Evaluation
None of the Groups that we work with charge to evaluate your BP claims, there are no upfront charges, there are no extra costs in any way. They don`t get paid until you do. Our CPA and Adjuster groups charge 15%.
Attorneys traditionally charge 25%.
We will Help you with your BP Settlement.