You May Be Entitled To Recieve Compensation
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BP (British Petroleum) has reached a settlement regarding damages which may have been caused as a result of the oil spill resulting from the well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 (Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill). There is no cap on the amount any particular claimant may recieve. If a claimant meets the eligibilty requirements under the settlement agreement, BP must pay the claim. Contact us at (601) 355-9600 for a FREE consultation.
Do I Have A Claim?
Both businesses and individuals can make a claim. Any business my qualify. Even non-profit businesses may qualify. You may have a claim for:
- Lost profits
- Damage to wetlands
- Damage to coastal property
- Damage to personal property
- Losses realized due to devaluation of real property
- Loss of use of property
- and other losses
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Who May Qualify?
Any business, no matter what kind of business it is, may qualify. Any individual may qualify. Any person or business or non-profit organization in the entire state of Mississippi may qualify, even those that are located in North Mississippi, Central Mississippi or South Mississippi. Contact us at (601) 355-9600 for a FREE consultation.
Medical Injuries And Claims
The settlement entitles qualifying persons to recieve medical consultations for the next 21 years, among other things. If you were a clean-up worker or other person who experienced serious illness from exposure to the oil or chemicals used to clean up the oil, you may have a claim. Among injuries that are included are respiratory problems, skin damage, or other chemical injuries, cancer, kidney problems, infertility, lung disorders, birth defects, damage to children, and others. Contact us at (601) 355-9600 for a FREE consultation.
How Much Money Can I Get?
The amount that a claimant may receive depends on the loss that can be proven. There are there groups of claimants who can recover money:
- Property Owners – people and businesses that own land and buildings on land or who have long-term leases on land in the coastal and wetlands regions.
- Economic losses – Persons or businesses that sustained financial losses.
- Medical Benefits – Extends to Gulf Coast residents and clean-up workers who suffered serious illnesses from exposure to oil or chemicals. People residing in wetland areas may be entitled to compensation for certain medical conditions.