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Members of the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee have released two helpful documents concerning the proposed settlement with BP regarding the 2010 Gulf coast oil spill. The first document answers questions for those who suffered economic losses as a result of the spill. The second document answers medical inquiries for those who may have been physically harmed by the disaster.
Perhaps you waited because you didn’t know what the full impact of the spill would be – or perhaps the whole process just seemed too complex. Whatever the reason, there is still time for you to seek compensation for the harm you experienced as a result of the BP oil spill.
Even if you have already filed a claim with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility (GCCF), it is advisable to hire legal counsel. It is possible that the claim you filed may need further substantiation so that you receive the full compensation to which you are entitled. Baron & Budd employs a team of experts, including forensic accountants, to make sure that everything is considered when calculating the compensation you should receive.
In many cases filing a claim is not enough to obtain full compensation. We therefore recommend that you consider litigation, which is a separate procedure from the claim process. Baron & Budd’s role as a leader in the overall BP oil spill litigation gives us the insight to advise you about this important option.
Baron & Budd is offering a free legal consultation to anyone who believes they were harmed by the BP oil spill. If we feel that your claim has merit, we will work with you on a contingency fee basis to assist you with claim submission and litigation. You do not have to pay us any up-front money to represent you. We will only be compensated for our work if and when we are successful in helping you.