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The Deepwater Oil Rig Explosion and its economic and environmental consequences will be suffered for a long time. Though the disaster occurred on April 20, 2010, it wasn’t until July 15, 2010 that the flow of oil was finally stopped. This spill not only took a heavy environmental toll, but also disrupted thousands of businesses throughout the region, many of whom eventually filed  claims against BP.

BP was named by the United States government  as a responsible party. According to the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, parties that are deemed to be responsible for oil spill incidents, are liable for a variety of losses and damages associated with them. Anyone who has suffered economic losses related to BP oil spill, may be eligible for compensation by joining the  BP lawsuit (oil spill damages are currently being awarded in Washington, DC).

At present, matters related to the BP litigation oil spill 2010 – 2011 involves thousands of lawsuits filed against BP. In addition, the number of BP oil spill victims who’ve received compensation keeps on growing. The US Justice Department has filed a civil lawsuit associated with the BP oil spill as well, which named up to nine companies as defendants, including British Petroleum and  Transocean Ltd. The first BP class action lawsuit was filed by Daniel Becnel, who represented the interests of Louisiana commercial fishermen and shrimpers, whose businesses suffered losses  as result of the oil spill.

If you are a resident of one of the Gulf Coast states affected by the oil spill, you may be eligible to file a claim against BP. It is possible to file a case against Transocean Ltd., the owner of the oil rig, as well as BP, because it is also considered to be one of the responsible parties.

If you or a loved one has faced property loss or damage, business collapse or any type of economic loss caused by the BP oil spill, you may have valuable legal rights with regards to the BP litigation (oil spill). Please fill out our free case evaluation form, or call 1 800 LAW INFO (1-800-529-4636) to discuss your case with one of our BP litigation lawyerstoday.