As the second week of a scheduled three-month civil trial related to the 2010 BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill draws to a close, BP announced that the company expects to pay more than previously anticipated for private property damage and economic loss claims stemming from the disaster. BP initially estimated it would pay around $7.7 billion in revenue loss and property damage claims. However, the chief executive for the oil giant said earlier this week that payouts for claims related to business economic losses have been higher than originally expected. The Mobile, Alabama, oil spill attorneys at Long & Long continue to work with business and property owners who were adversely impacted by the worst offshore oil spill in United States History. Our experienced oil spill lawyers are currently evaluating claims related to:
Because time to seek compensation related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill is limited, it is important to arrange a consultation with one of our oil spill lawyers as soon as possible if you are a business or property owner in the Gulf Coast regions of:
If you suffered revenue loss or diminution of property value following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, or if you were not compensated for your role in the BP VOO program, please contact Long & Long for your free case consultation. Our Mobile, Alabama, attorneys are dedicated to helping victims of the oil spill recover the financial peace of mind they need.