Andrew Sher

Principle Attorney, Sher Law Firm

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Principal attorney of Sher Law Firm, which represents Texas landowners who have been impacted by oil spills.

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BP now claims it’ll stop its undersea oil gusher by sometime next week, but the federal government is demanding more information about the extent of the spill. The oil slick is finally…

The Gulf Oil Spill: From Bad to Worse

BP now claims it’ll stop its undersea oil gusher by sometime next week, but the federal government is demanding more information about the extent of the spill. The oil slick is finally…

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