Simien & Simien Report BP Still Paying Out for 2010 Gulf Catastrophe


(, August 09, 2013 ) BATON ROUGE, LA — Personal injury law firm Simien & Simien has a vested interest in the environmental health of the Gulf and surrounding Louisiana areas, which is why they would like to alert the public of the recent settlement by BP relating to the 2010 oil spill.

A federal magistrate ruled that the oil company must pay $130 million in fees to Patrick Juneau, the administrator of their settlement program’s third-quarter budget, after BP complained about Juneau’s handling of the funds.

Simien & Simien handle cases of environment damages caused by accidents resulting in spillage of toxic substances, such as the BP 2010 oil spill. The harm caused by these negligent acts will have a severe impact not only on the planet for years to come, but on the health of Louisiana citizens who have no choice but the live in a contaminated area.

The victims of the BP oil spill have lost wages, experienced declining health, and the general economy of the state has suffered because of the oil company’s careless and reckless behaviors. If you or a loved one were harmed in a similar way, Simien & Simien would like to extend an invitation for a free review of the case in order to determine the validity of such a claim.

About Simien & Simien

The personal injury attorneys at the law offices of Simien & Simien have in-depth knowledge of maritime law, class action and mass tort litigation with serious emphasis on personal injury cases and cases of wrongful death from industrial, vehicular, and other life-threatening or debilitating accidents. Licensed to practice in Louisiana and Texas, Simien & Simien strive for perfection in all that they do and have an impeccable reputation from the thousands of clients that have sought their representation in legal affairs throughout the years.

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