Claims chief vows to fight fraud
HAMMOND- The chief of BP claims dealing with the oil spill of 2010 said he's committed to fighting fraud.
A special hotline has been set-up for people to report potential fraud dealing with the disaster three years ago.
"We will pay legitimate claims but we will not pay fraudulent claims. This is important to me and to the integrity of our process," said Deepwater Horizon Claims Administrator Patrick Juneau.
"I am quite confident in the fraud process we have in place," he added.
BP has already paid billions dealing with Deepwater Horizon disaster.
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