The civil trial intended to determine the levels of responsibility faced by BP, Halliburton and Transocean for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill is entering its final stages, but there is time for Gulf Coast business and property owners to file a claim for damages under the terms of a previous multidistrict litigation settlement. The Mobile, Alabama, oil spill attorneys at Long & Long continue to help those who suffered economic losses or diminution of property value following the oil spill. We have an extensive record of success with oil spill claims, and we invite those who own businesses or property in the Gulf Coast regions of Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana or Florida and sustained income loss or property damage to call us at 251-432-2277 to arrange your free consultation. There are complex guidelines for claim eligibility. Our accomplished lawyers can help you determine if you will be able to recover damages for circumstances including:
- Loss of income
- Loss of property use of diminution of property value
- Participation in BP’s Vessels of Opportunity (VOO) program
Our knowledgeable oil spill attorneys can help ensure that your claim is properly documented and filed so you can recover the compensation to which you’re entitled. Many business owners and property owners may not even be aware that they are eligible to file a claim under the terms of the settlement, and time to file a claim is limited, so it’s important to contact our lawyers for a free case review as soon as possible. If you sustained income loss, property damage or diminution of property value in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, please contact Long & Long for your free consultation. We welcome business and property owners from the Gulf Coast regions of Alabama, Texas, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana.