New oil spill claims administrator meets with lawmakers
BATON ROUGE - The new court appointed claims administrator for the BP oil spill made a stop at the State Capitol today.
Pat Juneau of Lafayette replaced Kenneth Feinberg earlier this year. Today, he highlighted the work being done at more than a dozen claims centers, including one in Hammond with 400 full time employees.
Juneau says BP estimates claims payments will total about $ 7 billion dollars, but there is no set cap. He says anyone with questions should file a claim and see if meet predetermined parameters.
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