Claims Czar's Slow Pace Frustrates Gulf Businesses

Rhonda Drummond owns  Dick’s Diner in Orange  Beach, Ala., where  tourism has fallen flat since the BP oil spill. After filing for $120,000 with  claims czar Kenneth Feinberg, the restaurant received a $4,500 emergency payment  to stay afloat for the next six months. Now she's facing bankruptcy.
Rhonda Drummond owns Dick’s Diner in Orange Beach, Ala., where tourism has fallen flat since the BP oil spill. After filing for $120,000 with claims czar Kenneth Feinberg, the restaurant received a $4,500 emergency payment to stay afloat for the next six months. Now she's facing bankruptcy.