Houston BP Oil Spill Attorneys

If you or someone you know has been affected by the BP oil spill crisis, you or that person may be eligible to file a lawsuit claiming for damage compensation. The attorneys at the law offices of Arguello, Hope and Associates can help to determine if you have grounds to file a claim.

To find out how we can help, contact us today at 1-888-CLAIM-68 (1-888-25246-68).

Who Is Eligible To Claim

Due to the large area that this spill has covered, which has been estimated at more than 1,600 miles of the Gulf Coast, many companies and individuals may be eligible to file a claim for compensation.

If you or your business has suffered:

  • Damage to real estate
  • Real estate value losses
  • Damage to the reputation of a product
  • Lost wages
  • Personal injuries (rashes, respiratory problems)

…. Or if you have a claim for failure to pay under BP’s “Vessel of Opportunity” program, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit.

How Much Oil Was Leaked?

The BP Oil spill that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010 has been determined to be the largest marine oil spill accident in the history of the petroleum industry, with an estimated 4.9 MILLION barrels of oil having leaked from the well, causing extensive damage to flora and fauna throughout the entire U.S Gulf Coast region.

The repercussions of this damage not only affected marine and plant life, it also ruined many local beaches, residences and business, which had been built on the shores Gulf Coast and its associated river and barrier island networks.

If you or someone you love has been injured or affected by the BP Gulf Coast oil spill, we can help to fight for the MAXIMUM compensation benefits that you may be entitled to receive.

To learn more, contact us today by calling 888-CLAIM-68 (888-25246-68) or simply by completing the “Free Case Evaluation” form located on this page.

Who Was Involved?

While there have been conflicting reports as to who was actually responsible for the fire, explosion and subsequent sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil platform, there have been three primary companies involved in the leasing and operation on the rig.

These companies are:

 It’s important to note that BP was the company that leased the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig from Transocean and then used the services of Haliburton to secure holes in the drilling pipeline by pumping cement into those holes.

However, due to various levels of negligence on behalf of BP and Haliburton, pressurized gas was able to escape into the drilling equipment, which then rocketed to the surface, ignited and exploded – engulfing the platform in the process.

Industries Affected By The Spill

With initial damage estimates ranging from $7 BILLION to more than $23 BILLION, the BP oil spill has had a wide ranging effect on many areas of the Gulf Coast economy.

Some of the primary industries include:

  • Commercial fishing
  • Real Estate
  • Hospitality
  • Tourism

Another important group that is worth adding to this list is that of the staff and workers from many of the industries that have been affected by this disaster. Not only have many of them lost work, but a considerable number have been forced to relocate due to the lack of employment that now grips the region.

Have Questions? Contact Our Houston BP Oil Spill Attorneys Today

Our entire team of attorneys are compassionate to those that have suffered as a result of this ecological tragedy and can help to fight for your MAXIMUM injury compensation.

With our head office located in Houston TX, we proudly provide cost-effective legal solutions to BP oil spill victims in:

  • Houston
  • Bellaire
  • Galena Park
  • Cloverleaf
  • Missouri City
  • Stafford
  • Humble

…. And most other cities and towns that surround these areas.

To find out how we can help with your claim, contact us today at 1-888-CLAIM-68 (1-888-25246-68) and after some initial question from our intake staff, you will quickly be connected to one of our lawyers that is best suited to helping with your specific case.

Alternatively, simply fill out the “Free Case Evaluation” form located at the top of this page.