In the start of the year most of my call was from individuals with smaller claims that was not getting their BP claims paid by the GCCF. This has now change as most of the smaller claims up to 50,000 has been paid by the GCCF. If your small individual BP claim has not been paid by the GCCF like it should have at this time, I would want you to fill out a free case review so our team can have a look at it.
Servers, cleaning and other personal income loss should have been paid at this time by the GCCF contact us though the form if yours have not, before the deadline to do so this year.
What I am seeing now are the bigger business claims coming in on the calls and the forms for free cases review. The BP claims that are left with the GCCF at this time are more of the high dollar business claims and there are a few reasons for that.
Why Are The GCCF Neglecting the BP Business Claims ?
So the main reason why the BP Business Claims are getting neglected by the GCCF is because of their strategy from the beginning. We want to show the people, the government that are going to audit us, the BP shareholders that we are paying a lot of people at it will not cost near the 20 billion we set a side for it.
How do we do that ?
Well its simple, if you start off by paying 1/2 the claims you can show a great number, we have paid half the claims and only spend 6 billion dollars. The smart people on wall street will think great its only going to cost BP 12 billion dollars this whole mess. This will make the BP share price go up and the share holders are happy. The smart people on wall street will soon find out however that they paid the lowest claims first, so the rest of the BP claims are much higher dollar claims.
When the government that will audit the Gulf Coast Claims Facility will be able to say, see here we have paid 1/2 all the claims that has come into us. So this should keep them in check as long as they don’t check what people doing the same job having the same salary was paid by the GCCF because these numbers will be very very different as I understand it from people I have personally talked to.
Top 10 Reasons You Should Contact Us Now.
First there are a few very oviouse reasons why you should contact us to handle your BP Claims
1. You have been denied by the GCCF but your feel like you have a good BP Claims
2. Your offer from the GCCF was very different from the offer your co-workers have gotten
3. You have been waiting for the GCCF forever and they keep stalling you and asking for more documentation
4. You BP Business Claim has been given a low dollar numbers as the GCCF has used some fuzzy accounting on your BP business claim
5. You don’t feel comfortable with settling with the GCCF at the offer they have gotten you
6. You want to get paid by the GCCF before their money runs out
7. You want to be in with an attorney before the trials starts
8. You want to talk to somebody about your BP claim and not get the run around
9. Your confident in the GCCF to pay your claim is gone
10. You want to hear a plan on how your are getting paid and when
Our Process of Getting Your BP Claims paid by the GCCF
Its all about having a plan with people you trust on getting your BP Claims paid by the GCCF, at this point I think most people would agree that the plan the GCCF has put in place of getting your claim paid has not worked for you. So let me layout the plan that is already a proven concept and it has been in place since 2010.
First you fill out the free case review and we will send you a confirmation email confirming receipt of your BP claims information. In the email we send you there will be a link to request representation by our trusted attorney Brent Coon & Associates. You can follow that link and request representation right then and there. After an attorney looks over your claim and gives you a call, all legit claims denied by the GCCF or not paid by the GCCF will be accepted by the attorney’s.
When Brent Coon & Associates accepts your case another letter will go out to you confirming representation and at the same time the claims department will be notified of your case.
A person from the claims department will reach out to you requesting documentation to work up your claim.. This is a critical point for you in the process so pay attention. The faster you get your documentation to the claims department the faster they can work up your BP claim and evaluate it.
Once it has been evaluated and a multiplier is put on your claim, it will be submitted to the GCCF as an interim claim with a final OPA (Oil Pollution Act) demand letter attached to the interim claim.
At this point we have to wait for the GCCF, but we know what you claim is worth and we know what the GCCF should be offering you on your claim.
The GCCF has 90 days to come back with an offer on your claim, right now we see anything from 2 -6 weeks before we hear back from them.
This would be an interim offer and a final offer. If the offer follows the accountants workup and multiplier on your claim then the attorney will recommend you that you take the offer.
If the offer is lower than the claim submitted the attorney and claims department will talk directly with the GCCF telling them where they are wrong on their numbers. This normally results in a second offer from the GCCF that are much closer to the number the claims department was asking for.
If the GCCF offer is not close a lawsuit will be file on your case and BP will be put on alert that we are going to trial. As an attorney its great to know that your opponent do not want to go to trial, this means that they can push hard for trial and a settlement offer will eventually come their way.
This is again the reason why we use attorney’s and not consultants because they have the power of filing suit if the GCCF is not playing fair, from what we have seen that is probably a good thing.
Again this pushes them to make another settlement offer before trial. Only 2% historically goes to trial, I would suspect in the oil spill this number would be less than 0.5% as BP do not want to go to trial and get hammered by bad publicity and get a possible verdict that will cause other claims to be valuated higher.
This plan will work best for you if you got everything into the GCCF this year, as February 2012 is when trials start and you want to be fully worked up and ready when this rolls around. Another reason for getting in with a great attorney this year would be the fact that the GCCF will run out of money with 20 billion dollars. It might sounds strange when 1/2 the claims only amounts to 6 billion dollars but it goes to what I said before with paying the smallest claims first.
I hope you like this plan and will join our team. You will see that even though the attorney’s have over 7,000 BP claims personal attention to each claim are very important to them and our plan outlined above will ensure that your BP claims gets worked though the system as fast as possible.
I am happy to report to the people that have submitted their BP claims though this website that 99% of all BP claims has been submitted to the GCCF as of today. That means that all the claims that was forwarded to attorney’s from this website are in the process at GCCF or has already been paid by the GCCF.
GCCF are paying these groups well
For the group that has already been paid by the GCCF we have found some nice trends that I would like everybody to know about so you can tell your friends and family to stop by an submit their BP claims on this site.
Deck hands and charter boat capt. We see that Deckhands are getting up to $60,000 for their claims even with not great records, we are seeing Charter boat captains getting 4-5 times future loss paid.
Oyster Men are getting paid up to 6 times 2010 losses, if you have oyster leases or have an oyster boat fill out a form and let us show you what is possible.
Another group that we are seeing getting paid well are servers we are seeing $36,000 being paid on smaller losses, so future pay is being given to servers. If you know of a server that has been impacted by the oil spill tell her or him about www.bp-claim.com and tell them to fill out a form and we will get them paid.
Yet another group that we have really been able to help are Taxi drivers, GCCF are paying their claims as far south as key west and they are paying them very well. Again a factor 4-5 on their losses. If you have contact to anybody that drives a Taxi in the coastal communities or even Tampa we can get them paid well for the losses their saw during 2010 BP oil Spill. Even whole Taxi companies would be great to handle all their drivers. Give me a call and I will get everybody started.
Finding People With GCCF Claims That Are Getting Denied
If you are out there in the local community and you talk to people that has gotten their GCCF claims denied let me hear from them or tell them to fill out a form, lots of times its a question of documentation and what category they land in at GCCF if they get denied or if they get approved. We can help with all that making sure that your friends and family are getting paid for the BP oil spill.
Accountants with GCCF Claims that has been denied or under valued
If you as an account are sitting with GCCF cases that has been under valued by the GCCF or denied let me hear from you though the form or give me a call. There are other ways to get value from these case and get them approved. We are going to leave no person or business behind we want to get everybody paid by the GCCF or at trial by BP
So make contact with us if you are an accountant and you have companies that has lost money because of the BP oil spill. You could have lost money in 2010 and 2011 and still be paid by the GCCF. A heads up to accountants look at what area’s of the business that did bad because of the oil spill, does not matter if the company made up for it in other areas if one area of their business was affected by the BP oil spill we get money for that area. Another thing that are really important is the trend the company was on before the oil spill, look at what could have been was it not for the BP oil spill.
GCCF is not unreasonable if you present them with the right documentation if you have been denied don’t give up contact us.