oil-spillIn April, 2010, an explosion occurred on the BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig. Over the course of several months, more than 150 million gallons of oil was released into the Gulf of Mexico, leading to the largest accidental marine oil spill in history.

Tens of thousands of individuals & businesses were adversely affected.

The massive oil spill has had an enormous effect on the populations in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida and Alabama. Many people have suffered significant medical or economic harm without realizing it. While cleanup efforts were underway, fishing was temporarily banned in much of the Gulf. This made it impossible for people who make their living in seafood and fishing to make an income. The oil spill washed up on resort beaches in large quantities, particularly along Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas and Florida, negatively affecting the tourism and hospitality industry.

Oil spill lawsuits can include:

  • Loss of income
  • Personal injury
  • Property damage
  • Other economic loss

The BP class action settlement agreement is unprecedented in U.S. history. Unlike the vast majority of other class action settlements, there is no limit to the amount of money BP will pay under this agreement.  BP has agreed to pay all eligible and legitimate claims. If you believe that the 2010 BP oil spill caused your business to lose revenue or you are an individual that lost wages, you may be eligible to file a BP oil spill claim for compensation.

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Deadlines are rapidly approaching to file your claim so call now for a free consultation. Our lawyers are skilled in handling complex economic loss claims for all types of businesses. To find out more about qualifying for a class action lawsuit against those responsible for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster fill out our free case evaluation form or call (866) 947-7449 today.