Last week, BP-funded cleanup efforts related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill came to an end in Alabama; work has also concluded in Mississippi and Florida, but continues in Louisiana. Tar balls continue to wash ashore in many Gulf Coast states, however, and thousands of barrels worth of oil associated with the worst offshore oil spill in American history remain unaccounted for. The U.S. Coast Guard will continue to address reports of oil, and BP will be responsible for cleaning oil from the blown-out well. Meanwhile, the Mobile, Alabama, oil spill attorneys at Long & Long continue to investigate claims from Gulf Coast business owners and property owners who suffered revenue decline or diminution of property value following the disaster. Please call us today at 251-432-2277 to learn if you may qualify for an oil spill claim under the terms of last year’s class action settlement. Our lawyers have an extensive record of success helping clients file their oil spill claims. We are currently assisting with claims related to:
Many who qualify for funds under the terms of the settlement have not yet filed. Our knowledgeable oil spill attorneys can assess your unique circumstances, help you determine if you are eligible for compensation, and ensure your claim is thoroughly documented and properly filed. Please contact Long & Long for your free consultation if you lost business income or experienced property damage in the wake of the oil spill. We welcome Gulf Coast business owners and property owners from Alabama, Mississippi, Florida and Louisiana.