Mississippi Casino Workers’ BP Oil Claims Get Second Look

Monday, December 13th, 2010 Catastrophe Liability

The agency in charge of paying Gulf of Mexico oil spill claims is requesting information from casinos that could lead to payments to hundreds of gambling employees previously denied damage claims, the head of an industry trade group says. Beverly Martin, executive director of the Coast Casino Operators Association, told The Sun Herald that she talked with Bill Mulvey, an attorney appointed by the Gulf Coast Claims Facility as liaison to the casinos.


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