As one of the biggest oil disasters in history, the BP oil spill devastated the lives of individuals and businesses all up and down the coast of Florida. However, we realize it wasn’t just the fishing and tourism industry as there were thousands of more business owners who lost revenue, property, and their livelihood during the years since Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010.
In 2015, people were finally happy to hear that a federal judge in New Orleans had approved the approximately $20 billion dollar settlement to help all the people all across the impacted Gulf States to address the aftermath of the spill. However, and despite this good news, some claims have been appealed by BP and business owners are receiving Eligibility Notices that are far below their claim amount.
At Bulluck Law Group, we understand the hurt, frustration and anger over the giant corporation of BP now appealing these legitimate claims. While the company does have the right to appeal the Eligibility Notice you received through the process, you also have a right to appeal. This is where our experienced BP oil spill attorney team is ready to get involved, helping you to get what you rightfully deserve.
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Contacting our BP oil spill attorney is easy. You can give our office a call or send us a message online through our contact page. Our attorneys will get back to you as soon as possible, and we can discuss the facts around your case and how we can get involved to provide the legal support you need to start the appeals process.
It is important to move quickly; there is a limit on how long you have to start the appeal proceedings after you receive your Eligibility Notice. As your case will go before an appeal judge, you need to have qualified, experienced legal representation, and our staff of lawyers has already worked with clients to recover millions of dollars through this claims process.
We realize this is a difficult time, and finances are stretched to the limit. When you contact our BP oil spill attorney, you will have no costs to pay. Instead, we will work on your appeal on a contingency basis. This means there is no cost for our services until you recover. We also offer a free consultation to evaluate your claim and inform you of the next steps in the process if an appeal is pos