Ongoing Effects of the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill

Even though the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico occurred in 2010, it continues to have an effect on many from different walks of life. From local marine life to homeowners to tourists to commercial businesses, the Gulf oil spill has affected millions and continues to do so today. The effects are both physical and financial, and leave marks of the oil spill’s destruction in its wake. Fortunately, if you have been affected by the oil spill, you still have options to obtain financial relief.

If you or someone you know has suffered economic losses because of the Gulf oil spill and are now facing excessive financial burdens, contact the experienced Gulf oil spill claim attorneys of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544.

Continuing Problems

People are still facing negative effects of the BP oil spill. Some of the effects of this spill include:

  • Businesses losing income from decrease in tourism
  • Homeowners rebuilding homes / restoring property
  • Commercial fishermen contending with tainted marine life
  • Business owners and homeowners facing denied insurance claims

These effects are widespread and have affected many people, making the Gulf oil spill a very frustrating and expensive disaster for coastal communities. Particularly hard hit have been those who relied on the business and fisheries of the coastal region.

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Dealing with a disaster such as the Gulf oil spill can be an ongoing and expensive process. If you or someone you know is suffering from a financial burden stemming from the Gulf oil spill, contact the experienced Gulf oil spill claim attorneys of Williams Hart at 800-821-1544 to discuss your legal options.

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