New Orleans BP Oil Spill Claims Lawyers

Your Business May Be Eligible For Financial Compensation From BP

The Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig explosion on April 20, 2010, caused property and economic damage throughout coastal Louisiana and the Gulf Coast region. A recent decision by the United States District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana granted preliminary approval of an Economic and Property Damages Settlement in MDL-2179 Oil Spill by the oil rig "Deepwater Horizon."

If you are a business owner who has suffered economic losses because of the oil spill, you may be entitled to recover damages under the Economic and Property Damages Settlement. Due to the complexity of the claims process, you may benefit from legal representation. The New Orleans BP oil spill claims attorneys at Rome, Arata, Baxley & Stelly, LLC, can assist you with these economic loss claims.

We Can Guide You Through The Process

Business owners and individuals who are owner-operators may be eligible for economic damages if their businesses suffered from the BP oil spill. Some of the eligible businesses may include commercial fishing and shrimping, commercial boating, real estate, construction, and tourism-based businesses. The following categories are included in the settlement:

  • Seafood compensation
  • Economic damage
  • Loss of subsistence
  • Vessel physical damage
  • Vessels of opportunity charter payment
  • Coastal real property damage
  • Wetlands real property damage
  • Real property sales damage

Determining whether you and your business are eligible for the settlement can be challenging. If you make an error in the claims process, you could lose your opportunity to collect damages. Our experienced lawyers can assist you with the claims process and will work diligently toward the goal of getting you the maximum compensation you are allowed under the law.

Contact Our Louisiana BP Claims Fund Attorneys

To schedule a free initial consultation, please call 504-521-7946, 800-622-7509 toll free or contact us online.