Oil Spill Cleanup Tools

After the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010, oil gushed into the ocean for weeks, and cleanup is still going on today. Cleaning up spilled oil is difficult, and there are many different ways to approach this devastating environmental problem. The equipment and method used largely depends on the type of water, the degree of the spill, and the type of oil. However, each of these requires the use of expensive equipment.

If you were affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, you may have already tried to get the money you deserve. If your claim was denied, you need to keep fighting. Cleanup is not cheap, and you deserve assistance. Contact the Gulf of Mexico denied oil spill claims attorneys of Williams Hart today at 800-821-1544 today to appeal your denied claim.

Cleanup Materials for Oil Spills

States surrounding the Gulf of Mexico experienced a great deal of property damage due to the oil spill. Boats, fishing equipment, land, business property, and residential property were all affected. In order to clean up the oil and tar, the following equipment may be necessary:

  • Booms
  • Skimmers
  • Sorbents
  • Vacuums
  • Shovels
  • Road equipment
  • Chemical and biological agents

Renting this equipment may be costly, and a full cleanup can be very time-consuming, taking you away from your job or preventing your business from operating due to oil damage. If you are facing these costs, speak to an attorney today about your rights.

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The denied oil spill claim lawyers of Williams Hart have a reputation of dedication and compassion. We want to help you recover your losses if your claim has already been denied. Contact a lawyer today at 800-821-1544 for your consultation.

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