File Your Claim Before Deepwater Horizon Deadlines End
Since 2010, there have been a lot of claims against BP from the Louisiana oil spill. Many of people have been affected by the oil spill and if you are among them, you must know about the April 22, 2014 Deepwater Horizon Deadlines to file these claims. Let’s take a look at the details to find out more on how to file a claim for the Deepwater Horizon Settlement.
What is the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill?
The Louisiana oil spill occurred in April 2010 and is considered one of the biggest manmade maritime disasters to happen in this century. The oil spill affected the coastlines of five states, namely Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas. This tragedy has also been regarded as a national emergency because of the total amount of oil that spilled into the waters just hours from the initial report of the disaster. It was estimated that 210,000,000 US Gallons of oil spilled into the Atlantic Ocean before the leak had been controlled.
In December 2012, there are still more than 300 miles of coastlines in Louisiana that is still under evaluation and strict observation for damages caused by the two year old disaster.
The oil rig that was doing deep drilling in the Lousiana gulf was owned by BP, the third largest energy company in the world. BP is a London based company that focuses its business on operations related to oil and the gasoline industry. BP registered as the fifth largest company in the world based on its 2012 revenues. BP and its affiliates from the Louisiana oil spill are still currently under investigation from the still existing damage to the US coastlines.
What is the Deepwater Horizon Deadlines?
You should know that there is a Deepwater Horizon Deadline for Claims that you should follow.
For more than 2 years since the oil spill took place, BP has been complying and appropriating funding for claims based on the Deepwater Horizon Deadlines. The company has paid 6.2 Billion US Dollars for more than 1 Million awarded claims from 220,000 individuals and business. Currently the company has created a new claims program to cover new cases that will be filed against them from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
When is the Deepwater Horizon Deadlines?
This new claims program has set Deepwater Horizon Deadlines that would cover damages from the oil spill. Under the new Oil Pollution act, any new claims must be filed within three years after the damage or loss was reported together with an established investigation by authorities. BP shall accept claims with consideration of the Deepwater Horizon Deadlines and in accordance with the laws set by the Oil Pollution Act and the Clear Water Act.
Any claims which you believe will merit a settlement with BP and its affiliates can be reviewed free of charge by using our form. You may also read more about the BP claims program by visiting our other website. We are very willing to assist you on any concerns that you may have that are related to the Deepwater Horizon deadlines on filing of claims and settlement of these cases.