Since last year’s settlement between BP and those involved in a multidistrict lawsuit related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the Gulf Coast Claims Facility (GCCF) is no longer in effect and there is a new process for filing claims stemming from the oil spill. This, of course, has resulted in numerous questions for business owners and property owners who suffered in the aftermath of the oil spill but had not yet filed a claim. The Mobile, Alabama, oil spill attorneys at Long & Long are here to discuss your circumstances, advise you on your options, and help you file your claim; please call us today at 251-432-2277 to schedule your free consultation. Our lawyers are proud to assist individuals and families from the Gulf Coast regions of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida and Texas with their oil spill claims. We are currently evaluating oil spill claims related to:
We have also helped boat operators who participated in BP’s Vessels of Opportunity (VOO) program but were not compensated for their roles. There has been much confusion over eligibility for oil spill claims due to the long and complex settlement, as well as frequent protests from BP after it agreed to the settlement terms. In fact, Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange recently scheduled meetings with businesses and individuals regarding eligibility requirements and the claims process in three cities. If you experienced loss of revenue or diminution of property value following the Gulf oil spill, our knowledgeable oil spill attorneys can answer your questions, help you determine if you have a valid claim, and assemble a successful claim. Please contact Long & Long today for your complimentary oil spill claim evaluation.