Oil spill could cause Alabama environmental dangers for years
August 19th, 2010|
Everyone wants the quickest fix possible for the Gulf oil spill and all the damage people, animals, and the environment have suffered. However, no matter how quickly the spill is remedied, the effects of the spill may be far-reaching, WKRG reports.
Alabama environmental dangers resulting from the Gulf oil spill were felt immediately; it has been discussed that it may take years and years for the land, water, and animals to recover. However, people could also suffer Alabama environmental injuries up to six years after the spill.
Alabama environmental injuries to people as a result of the spill include problems with lungs, kidneys, liver, mental strain, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress.
Have you suffered an Alabama environmental injury? Tell the Alabama environmental injury lawyers at Norris Injury Lawyers about your loss. Let them help you.