Halliburton Transocean Gulf Oil Spill Class Action Settlement
This settlement has two classes the old and the new class
New Class: The New Class included Class Members whose property was physically oiled due to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. This Class was created to address claims for punitive damages under federal maritime law, and includes groups that were previously excluded from or who opted out of the 2012 BP Deepwater Horizon Settlement. Under the terms of the Halliburton oil spill settlement, $902 million will be paid to members of the New Class who file valid and timely claims.
Old Class: The Old Class includes the hundreds of thousands of individuals and businesses who previously submitted claims for the 2012 BP Deepwater Horizon Settlement. Members of the Old Class are automatically included in the Halliburton, Transocean class action settlement.
Proof of Purchase
In re: Oil Spill by the Oil Rig “Deepwater Horizon” in the Gulf of Mexico, on April 20, 2010,Case No. 2:10-md-02179-CJB-SS District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
The settlements are set up to provide compensation to Class Members who could have asserted claims for punitive damages and certain other claims in the 2012 BP Deepwater Horizon Economic & Property Damages Settlement (“2012 BP Deepwater Horizon Settlement”).