Halliburton and the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

Although British Petroleum (BP) has drawn much of the media attention and public anger since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion on April 20th, 2010, it is not the only company associated with the disaster. Such a complex operation typically requires the work of numerous different enterprises that focus their efforts on one or a few aspects of the project. Halliburton, an oil services company, is one of the corporations that had a hand in the Deepwater Horizon event.

If you are a resident, worker, or business owner who has been adversely affected by the oil spill then you may be able to pursue financial compensation for your economic losses. Filing a claim against a massive international corporation can be intimidating, but you can trust that we will not back down when it comes to protecting your rights and interests. Contact the Gulf of Mexico oil spill attorneys of Williams Hart at 800-821-1544.

Information about Halliburton’s Role

The circumstances surrounding the oil rig explosion and subsequent oil spill make it very difficult to conduct a thorough and conclusive investigation into the causes of the incident. There are many experts, however, who believe that Halliburton failed to adequately execute its responsibilities related to the pumping of cement slurry which was intended to insulate the pipe in the well and to prevent leakage.

Whether the process was conducted negligently or the cement was flawed, it appears likely that this may have been one of the most significant contributors to the disaster.

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Halliburton and other companies whose negligence have cost you or your business financially must be held accountable. Contact the Gulf of Mexico oil spill attorneys of Williams Hart at 800-821-1544.

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