Halliburton denies responsibility for destruction of evidence

Posted on January 5th, 2012 No Comments

BP made allegations against Halliburton claiming that the company destroyed crucial evidence related to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill case. Halliburton has made a public statement against these claims, denying any and all responsibility for the destruction of this evidence.

The lawsuit between the two oil companies is centered around the Macondo well explosion in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Halliburton has stated that it’s employees followed all of the company rules and regulations when disposing of testing results.

The evidence was connected with the type of cement that Halliburton used to seal the Macondo well. BP believes that Halliburton employees did not perform a proper job and Halliburton thinks that BP gave false information regarding the project.

If you or a loved one has been denied an oil spill claim, please contact the Gulf oil spill denied claims lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544 today.

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