BP Oil Spill Settlement Attorneys
Our attorneys at all of our offices in Alabama and Mississippi are currently handling claims on behalf of our business clients for submission to the BP oil spill disaster settlement fund that occurred on April 20, 2010. As part of this claim, we have associated with a CPA who will very quickly review the business revenue numbers with us to determine if your business is entitled to part of the BP settlement money. All businesses throughout the state of Alabama and Mississippi may well qualify under the settlement parameters. Please feel free to contact our office nearest to you immediately and speak with one of our licensed attorneys for how we can best represent you and submit a claim on behalf of your business for the BP oil spill disaster settlement.
Our Alabama locations and phone numbers are as follows:
Selma – 334-418-0029
In Mississippi, we are located in:
The Deepwater Horizon Settlement Program (BP Oil) applies to companies located anywhere in the States of Alabama, Mississippi or Louisiana. BP has funded a settlement which provides for a formula (based on your financial statements) to determine whether or not you are eligible for damages. This means you don’t have to prove by any source, other than your existing financial records, that you even had a direct connection to the oil spill. Our attorneys can help you determine if you are eligible to be paid from the settlement fund.
The oil spill occurred on April 20, 2010. If your business had a decline in revenue, even for a few months in 2010, you may be able to recover under this settlement. The settlement calls for a comparison of your monthly 2010 Gross Revenues from May – December to those same months in 2007, 2008 and 2009. The easiest and most effective way to evaluate your potential recovery from the Settlement Program is for my law firm to analyze your Gross Revenues, by month, from January 1, 2007 thru December 31, 2011. We can work with you or your accountant to obtain this information. After our initial review, we will provide details and advise you whether you qualify for a claim or not.
There is no charge for this initial evaluation of your claim.
Additionally, if you choose to present a claim, the legal work will be handled on a contingency basis which means that, if your business does not recover any settlement money, then the business owes us nothing for our legal services.