Oil Spill Damage to Residential Property Lawyers

When the Gulf of Mexico oil spill dominated headlines in the summer of 2010, hordes of people descended on the coast. BP engineers, government disaster relief workers, environmental volunteers, and the media all flooded the coastal area. For a time it seemed that the only people not coming to the Gulf were tourists. When the smoke cleared and the oil stopped flowing, most of these visitors went home. But what about the permanent residents of the Gulf coast?

Residents were left with severe damages to their properties from the Gulf oil spill. Many homeowners faced a lengthy and costly cleanup process. Unfortunately, many got little or no help from the fund set up to provide compensation to victims of the oil spill. If your cleanup claim was rejected, Williams Hart may be able to help. Our oil spill damage to residential property lawyers are standing with people like you in their time of need. Call us today at 800-821-1544 for more information.

Damage to Residential Property

The BP spill caused oil to wash ashore in at least five states: Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Many people live in the coastal regions of these states. Many others live along rivers, streams, and wetlands that feed into the Gulf and may have been polluted by the oil. Many homeowners suffered damage to their property, including their:

  • Homes
  • Land
  • Boat docks
  • Boats and vehicles

Whether the damage was severe or minor, compensation should be given to those with legitimate claims. However, many legitimate claims have either been underpaid or denied outright. If your claim was rejected, you are not alone, and there are legal options available to you.

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The oil spill damage to residential property attorneys at Williams Hart may be able to help you fight for the compensation you need at this difficult time. We are committed to helping residents of the Gulf coast get back on their feet after the devastating events of 2010. Call us today at 800-821-1544 for more information.

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