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Transocean Lawsuit Attorney in Alabama

Since the initial explosion on April 20, 2010, 491 miles of coastline from Texas to Florida became contaminated. Alabama waters remain contaminated to this day. If you are an Alabama resident you may likely be suffering from the devastating effects of that day back in 2010. Many people have filed a claim against Transocean with the help of our firm and we may be able to do the same for you. You may be looking for compensation for a number of reasons. Maybe your industry was hurt. Many in the commercial fishing industry lost their jobs because the sea life became contaminated. You may have actually been a maritime worker at the time of the accident and you suffered injuries that affect you even to this day. Whatever the case may be, we want you to know that if you are an Alabama resident negatively affected by the spill, we want to hear from you. Contact our firm for more information on how we may be able to get you compensated.

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