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Fisherman and Oyster Lease Claims Law Attorneys

Obtaining Compensation for Fishermen, Shrimpers and Oyster Farmers

The BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disrupted the operations of countless businesses along the Gulf Coast. Among the most affected are fishermen and oyster farmers. While BP does have a claims process, it is complex and document-intensive. Numerous marine businesses have reported delays in obtaining compensation or compensation offers that were clearly inadequate, given the scale of their losses.

If you have suffered economic losses as the result of the BP Deepwater oil spill, an unrelated toxic chemical, or physical destruction of leased oyster beds or fishing grounds, you may be entitled to compensation.

Fisherman and Oyster Lease Claims Attorneys

With more than 100 years of combined experience in complex tort litigation, the attorneys at Spagnoletti & Co. have the knowledge, resources and advocacy skills needed to prevail in cases involving marine damage claims. We can represent you, seeking fair compensation for your lost income and other losses.

When you retain our law firm, we will undertake a comprehensive review of the facts in your case. This will include a thorough analysis of your financial losses, including:

  • Lost income (current and future)
  • Property damage to boats, equipment and land
  • Business interruption losses
  • Environmental contamination

Spagnoletti & Co. will provide results-oriented representation in settlement negotiations or in court, seeking maximum compensation for you.

Spagnoletti & Co. also represents other types of businesses that have been harmed by oil spills or environmental degradation, such as seafood wholesalers, ship chandlers and supply houses, seafood restaurants, marinas and other parties who have suffered financial losses.

To discuss your case with a fisherman and oyster lease claims lawyer, contact Spagnoletti & Co. We represent clients throughout the Gulf region from our offices in Houston.

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