Who Pays After An Oil Spill?
In 1990, the Oil Pollution Act (OPA) was signed into law as a response to public concern following the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill. The OPA provides the financial resources necessary to respond to oil spill disasters. Out of the OPA, the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund was established to provide compensation to those suffering injuries or property damage due to an oil spill.
We Provide Help With Gulf Coast Oil Pollution Act (OPA) Claims
At the law firm of The Holman Law Firm, our attorneys provide legal counsel to people who have suffered personal or business-related damage due to oil spill pollution. Whether your loss is related to a personal injury or falls into an economic category, please call us at 850-316-8243 or toll free at 850-435-6909 to discuss your case.
The BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Due to the 2010 explosion and fire on the BP Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling platform, people and companies dependent on gulf coast businesses are experiencing serious financial challenges. There may be money available through the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund to provide compensation for those who have directly or indirectly suffered economic loss.
The Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund has a cap of $75 million in compensation for private parties. However, it is possible to have this cap waived if it can be proven that BP acted in a negligent manner.
Contact The Law Firm Of The Holman Law Firm
If you have been impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, please contact us online or call us at 850-316-8243 or toll free at 850-435-6909 for a free consultation with one of our lawyers. We serve the following areas: Pensacola, Pace, Cantonment, Florida.
All personal injury and wrongful death cases are accepted on a contingent-fee basis. No Fee or Costs Unless You Recover Money.