September 9th, 2010
07:05 PM ET

Have you worked processing gulf spill damage claims?

AC360° & ProPublica

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Have you worked processing gulf oil spill damage claims? Share your experiences with Anderson Cooper and ProPublica, nonprofit newsroom.

From ProPublica: To fully understand the gulf oil spill claims processing system, we want to get a view from the inside. We want to hear from the people who are handling the claims – the reviewers, adjusters and other claims management workers who have been employed by BP and the Gulf Coast Claims Facility.

If you are working (or previously worked) for BP, the GCCF, Worley, ESIS, BrownGreer, the Garden City Group or any of the other subcontractors or temp agencies that have helped with the claims process, we want to hear about your experience. We’re interested in speaking to you whatever your role in the process has been: answering telephones, reviewing claims, supervising adjusters, etc.

Please share details of your experience with ProPublica and AC360° using this form.

Earlier: Tell us about your BP claim

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