There were so many Gulf Coast residents who have suffered some financial and economic losses after the 2010 oil spill disaster. Those people are qualified or eligible to file for deepwater horizon claims. The damages that the person can claim can be under property damages, economic damages and medical damages. Under property damages, a property owner or tenant can file a claim if the property has been affected by the oil spill. For example, there were many wetlands and farmlands that were covered with oil from the BP oil rig in the Gulf Coast. The wetland tenant or owner can file a claim for property damage. A beach owner can also file property damage and at the same time an economic loss. There were many shores and beaches that were covered with oil and were not used by customers and guest. If a person experienced some medical problems due to the oil spill, he or she can also file for medical claims. The BP would reimburse or pay for the medical expenses that the victim spent. There is a need to provide support in order to get the application approved. All claimants are required to provide proof or ownership for the property that has been damaged and a proof of hospitalization for those who are trying to claim for medical claim.