In 2010, the Gulf Coast was rocked when British Petroleum, Transocean Offshore Deepwater Drilling, Halliburton Energy Services, Inc., and Cameron International Corporation negligently allowed thousands of gallons of oil to seep into our precious Gulf Coast, causing billions of dollars in damages.

The law firm of Michles & Booth is actively representing private individuals and independently owned businesses for claims that their property and livelihood have been damaged by this disaster. Although a preliminary settlement has been reached, there is still time to bring your claim for damages. Michles & Booth, P.A., continues to individuals and businesses that have incurred damages stemming from the oil spill disaster, including:


  • Real property damage
  • Personal property damage
  • Loss of profits and earning capacity
  • Loss of commercial and subsistence use of natural resources
  • Increased costs of public services; and
  • Loss of revenues.

Michles & Booth, P.A. is of course taking these claims on a contingency fee basis. There will be no fee if there is no recovery. Our firm stands behind and is dedicated to protecting the rights of the residents and business owners in the Florida Panhandle communities. Do not delay in contacting a lawyer to represent you, as the time to file a claim is coming to a close. Although British Petroleum and its partners were unable prevent this tragedy, do not let yourself or your business become a victim twice, by failing to preserve your rights.

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