The Gulf Coast Claims Facility or GCCF just closed recently and been replaced by the Court Supervised Settlement Program. That means that the Gulf claim facility will no longer be accommodating any claims regarding the BP oil spill. This transition brought light to some people and to some others it brought confusion. Why? Because some viewed that the court processing is faster and more transparent than the BP claims facility. While some believed that the new process is just like the old, delaying on the settlements and not fair at all.
Now that the GCCF is closed many are wondering what to do next. There are still some pending settlements at GCCF that most recipients dont know how to proceed with the new court supervised settlement program. Adjusting to the new process has been hard because most people harmed by the oil spill had waited long enough and still they have to go through all these.
To cope with this, it is better to hire a lawyer that will help you sort things out and end the confusion. But not just any lawyer, one must be competent and has the expertise in this kind of case. You may visit www.gulfcoastclaimsfacility.us to help you on your BP oil claims.