Oil Spill Lawyers Release Free Tracker Widget

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Monitor and Share the Tragic Economic Consequences Online With New Oil Spill Tracker

Free Oil Spill Tracker

To ensure that BP is held accountable, we have to first understand the extent of harm the company is causing.

The BP oil spill lawyers at Fitts Zehl have created a free oil spill tracker for individuals, companies, agencies and media organizations that have been affected by or are monitoring the Gulf Coast Oil Disaster. This tool gives web users an easy way to track and electronically share both the amount of oil pouring into the Gulf of Mexico and the total damages that the explosion has caused businesses and property owners.

“We created this free tool to provide an objective way to measure and monitor the devastating damage that BP has caused hundreds of thousands of families, workers and businesses along the Gulf Coast,” said Ryan Zehl, whose firm is currently representing workers who were injured and businesses that have lost income as a result of the Deepwater Horizon Explosion. “To ensure that BP is held accountable, we have to first understand the extent of harm the company is causing.”

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The widget, recently released by the oil spill lawyers, is free for anyone to use on blog posts, websites and social media accounts.

To receive and configure a widget for your own use, go to http://www.fittszehl.com/oil-spill-widget/. All major blog, social media and website platforms are supported.

About the Oil Spill Damage Lawyers at Fitts Zehl:
Fitts Zehl, LLP, is a Houston-based trial law firm representing workers, property owners and businesses that have suffered losses in property value, income or profit as a result of the tragic BP Deepwater Horizon Explosion on April 20, 2010. The firm successfully represented over 100 workers against BP in connection with the 2005 Texas City explosion, has been recognized by major media outlets around the world, and was named one of the five “Power Lawyers and Law Firms of 2009” (click to view article).

Contact us online at http://www.fittszehl.com or call 1-800-993-4887 for a free, no commitment consultation.


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