Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 18, 2011
The BP oil spill in the Gulf has been one of the most difficult and lengthy to clean up. BP is still processing claims from citizens and business owners who were affected by the spill. According to the Sunday Telegraph in London however, BP is planning to stop making payments for future losses. The company claims that businesses in the Gulf region have already recovered from the spill and that all of the environmental damages caused by the oil spill have been significantly reduced.
This is certainly not good news for those who still have a claim to file or anyone who has not yet received compensation for their damage. While BP claims that the economy in the Gulf area is now stronger than ever and there is no reason to continue with claims for future loss, residents and business owners there tend to disagree.
Those who have a claim to file and are not sure how to proceed can contact Danziger & De Llano in Houston, Texas. The law firm helps victims of the BP oil spill to properly file their claims and can advise on any additional steps that need to be taken to ensure that compensation is received. They will prepare the claims packet so that it is accepted by BP, submit all documentation, provide support to victims of the BP oil spill, negotiate claims with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility on your behalf and file a lawsuit if BP fails to reach an agreement.
Those who were affected by the BP oil spill in the Gulf should not give up hope. As of now, no concrete plans have been made for BP to stop future loss claims. Anyone having questions can contact the Danziger & De Llano law firm for more information about the claims process and advise clients on the legitimacy of a claim. The firm will ensure that all BP oil claims are properly filed and resubmit any claims that they feel is unfair as well as ensure that all payment offers are fair and acceptable by the claimant. For more information visit http://www.bpclaims.com
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