Moral Considerations in Submitting a Claim in the BP Litigation & Settlement Process.

In representing clients to obtain a settlement recovery from BP, we at Pittman Law Firm, P.L. have come across several concerns that seem to be fairly common amongst clients. Some people feel morally "bad" after seeing the damage and horrible images after the spill. Understandably, these people have not wanted to take money from another who may be more deserving. This is commendable and rest assured that the claims of others are not reduced or made unavailable by your business filing for a claim. The fund is unlimited. I strongly suspect that a very large percentage of qualified businesses will simply not apply because of this or because they feel it will require too much paperwork.

We keep the financial information (especially upfront) to a minimum and it should take no more than twenty minutes to collect. With our team of attorneys intricately involved and experienced in the BP Litigation and BP Settlement process, we have collectively invested significant resources to the development of Proprietary Software so as to maximize each claim. At the same time, accountants have been retained who will be preparing your claim in a manner most conducive to achieving the highest possible settlement for your business. These accountants are provided as part of our representation and are not a financial cost to you. Our accounting team has been involved in submitting thousands of claims.

The best thing we can do is to provide you with information so as to make the best decision for you and your business. We believe we are extremely qualified to recover the maximum amount for your business while educating you on the process and background of the settlement. We welcome the ability to help you and your business. If you've had questions regarding the process or what you might expect, read through our BP Oil Spill Claims page to find some of the answers to help and please feel free to contact our office to discuss your claim.