One year after the tragic BPoil spill, the cleanup isn't done and neither is the haggling over BP's $20 billion dollar fund to compensate individuals and businesses over lost income.
To date, there have been an overwhelming 850,000 claims. About 300,000 have been paid out, totalling just under $4 billion.
Most of them are emergency payments. The interim and final payments are a long way from being processed.
It's not all about fund administrator Ken Feinberg's work. Thousands of people have made it extremely difficult.
According to Feinberg, 100,000 had no documentation at all, and one actually asked for the whole $20 billion. Feinberg says they are doing their best to rightfully compensate people with legitimate claims.