Oil giant BP, may pay $30 million to Dept. of Justice after Gulf oil spill

Posted on September 20th, 2011 No Comments

BP may end upĀ  paying nearly $30 million to the Department of Justice for the Gulf Of Mexico oil spill disaster in 2010 that left 11 workers dead and 4.1 million barrels of oil in the Gulf. This information comes from a recent report and this estimate is more than $20 million more than the original amount estimated.

The second major government probe that was done on the BP oil spill spreads the blame out between BP, Haliburton and Transocean, but states that management errors that were done by BP were a large factor. BP is allegedly going to make a significant payment after a civil hearing trial date in February.

If you or a loved one has not received compensation from the BP oil spill fund because your claim was denied. You need experienced representation on your side that may be able to help you receive the compensation that you and your family deserve. Contact the oil spill rejected claims lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544.

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