Damage to Land Lawyers

The 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill was so severe that it left large areas of land around the Gulf to deal with its environmental destruction. In the wake of the tragedy, the extent of the damage to land has become clear. Many landowners in the Gulf coastal states of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas have valid claims for compensation regarding damage to their property. Unfortunately, many of these claims have been wrongfully denied.

At Williams Hart we are dedicated to helping property owners affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. If the spill damaged your property and your claim for compensation has been rejected, call us at 800-821-1544. Our land damage claims attorneys may be able to help with your case.

Damage to Land

The oil spill impacted hundreds of square miles of coastal land. Black oil tainted wetlands, areas fed by inlets, and land near the Gulf. Property owners struggled valiantly to save their land and the buildings on it from further devastation. Many had to work long hours and spend incredible amounts of money on cleanup. Damage occurred to many kinds of land-based properties, such as:

  • Beaches
  • Marinas and docks
  • Warehouses
  • Fishery buildings
  • Homes near the water
  • Businesses near the water
  • Undeveloped waterfront land

The 2010 oil spill will continue to affect the region for years to come. If you are still fighting to have a claim approved, or if your claim for compensation has been rejected, you are not alone, and help is available.

Contact Us

If you suffered damage to land due to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and your claim for compensation was denied, contact Williams Hart as soon as possible. You can reach our damage to land attorneys by calling 800-821-1544.

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