The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster was arguably the largest
and most damaging marine oil spill in history, causing extensive environmental,
health and economic damage along the Gulf of Mexico. British Petroleum
(BP) agreed to a $7.8 billion settlement with 110,000 affected businesses
and individuals. However, if you have sustained any harm as a result of
the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, you may still file a claim.
Types of BP Claims
There are several types of lawsuits that are being filed against BP. However,
before filing a lawsuit, you need to know the category of your claim in
order to make sure you are able to receive the compensation you are entitled
to for your loss.
Types of BP Deepwater Horizon claims:
• Financial loss to business owners, marine entrepreneurs, and individuals
• Environmental decline
• Property Damage
• Medical conditions and risks
• Cleanup crew injuries and late medical conditions
• Wrongful death lawsuits by living relatives of victims
• Shareholder lawsuits
Pre-settlement Lawsuit Funding
It will likely take some time to receive the proceeds from your BP Deepwater
Horizon lawsuit. Though your loss entitles you to a well deserved settlement
or judgment, waiting for the conclusion of your lawsuit can be stressful
to endure. Both financial and emotional distress may pressure you into
accepting the first settlement offer which comes your way, even if it
is far below what you are entitled to.
BP Deepwater Horizon lawsuit funding is available to plaintiffs with strong
cases in exchange for a financial interest in their lawsuit. Lawsuit funding
is not a loan, but a lawsuit cash advance which can provide you with the
resources you need to cover any medical or living expenses during litigation.
A pre-settlement cash advance gives BP Deepwater Horizon victims the security
they need to face their lawsuit with confidence.
Case Funding Inc. is a New York based specialty finance company and industry
leader in providing litigation funding solutions to attorneys and law
firms. Pre-settlement and post-settlement settlement working capital loans
enable attorneys to; invest in their cases in the form of expert witnesses,
pay operating expenses and marketing costs and better manage cash flow.
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