Louisiana BP Oil Spill Attorneys

According to scientific estimates, the BP oil spill has surpassed the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster as the worst in U.S. history. Millions of gallons of oil have been released from the broken rig, spreading throughout the Gulf of Mexico and towards shore. The extensive oil and tar pollution from the spill poses a substantial threat to the coastal region of Louisiana, particularly to its barrier islands, wetlands, and coastal parish economies.

The complexity of the situation and the length of time that has passed since the initial explosion on the Deepwater Horizon can make it difficult for people fully understand the scope of the disaster. As such, we have provided the following information about the BP oil spill:

If you live or work in Louisiana and have been negatively affected by the Gulf Coast oil spill, the Louisiana oil spill lawyers of Williams Hart are prepared to hold the responsible parties accountable and will fight for your right to financial compensation. Contact our office today at 800-821-1544 to discuss your case.

Areas Affected

Oil and tar from the BP oil spill have already reached the Louisiana coast, threatening its sensitive ecosystems and the livelihoods of Louisiana residents. The coastal areas and marshes of Louisiana represent the lifeblood of the state’s economy. The fishing, oyster harvesting, shrimping, tourism, and real estate industries all rely on Louisiana’s unique coastal ecosystem for survival. Some of the many areas affected by the Gulf Coast spill include:

The coastal and wetland regions of Louisiana may be changed forever by the extensive pollution that continues to wash ashore. If you live, work, or invest in Louisiana, you may be negatively affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. You may be experiencing depreciating property values, fishing catch losses, reduced clientele, or other economic losses. Cleanup workers have also reported health problems believed to be connected with prolonged exposure to toxic dispersants being used to clean the spill.

If you or someone you know has been harmed by the Gulf Coast oil spill, you may have legal grounds to recover payment for your economic losses and related damages. Our Louisiana oil spill lawsuit lawyers are committed to helping you fight for the compensation that you may deserve.

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At Williams Hart, we understand how devastating the aftereffects of the oil spill can be for your livelihood, health, and investments. To learn how we can help you pursue your claim for financial compensation, contact the Louisiana oil spill attorneys of Williams Hart today at 800-821-1544.

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