If you or your business has been affected by the Gulf Coast oil disaster, please contact us immediately so that we may begin working on your behalf and help you to protect your legal rights today.
On April 20, 2010 the Deep water Horizon exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. Eleven oil rig workers lost their lives in this disaster. The U.S. Government estimates that between 500,000 and 800,000 gallons per day are presently leaking into the Gulf without a feasible plan to stop or even mitigate the flow. As such, the present damage will only continue as more oil continues to gush out, which is then dispersed by wind, and tidal currents of the Gulf of Mexico.
The BP oil spill is an environmental disaster of epic proportions. It is clear that the damage to the ecosystem, local businesses and real property will be in the billions of dollars, which BP may have insufficient funds to pay. Therefore it is important to get your claim in as soon as possible to protect your interest/rights to recover for the damage that has been caused by BP.
The groups of people who will be affected by this disaster include:
- Fishermen, oystermen, crabbers, shrimpers, and seafood processors
- Restaurant/hotel owners along the gulf coast;
- Waterfront real estate owners;
- Investment property owners;
- Real Estate Agents and Rental Companies
- Dock/marina owners, boat dealerships and their employees;
- Charter boat owners, captains and deck hands
- City, county and state Governments;
- Any other businesses whose income is impacted by the oil spill
IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF THE OIL SPILL, PLEASE CALL OUR OIL SPILL LEGAL TEAM FOR A FREE EVALUATION OF YOUR CLAIM. CALL TOLL FREE AT