Are you in need of a BP Oil Spill Claims Lawyer?
The BP claims center will continue accepting claims through April 2014. Most people don’t know that any business in any part of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and the West Coast of Florida may qualify for compensation.
If your business suffered a revenue decrease as a result of the oil spill in 2010, you may be entitled to compensation. Businesses that suffered an aggregate revenue decrease of fifteen percent or more over a consecutive three-month time period between May and December 2010 and had at least a ten percent aggregate revenue increase for the same three months in 2011 is entitled to compensation. This is true even if they do not think their loss came from the oil spill.
Any business in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana and the West Coast of Florida is eligible, not just those businesses in seafood or tourism. Eligibility for claims applies to every business in every part of these states, regardless of how far they may be from the gulf. The oil spill that occurred in 2010 was devastating enough on its own. Not only did it cause harm to the environment but several business owners in the Gulf Region lost revenue. Some lost everything they had spent a lifetime building.
Eligibility to compensation for claims is extended through the Economic and Property Damages Settlement specifically related tot he Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. If your business operates in the Gulf waters and has lost profits, income or earnings, your business could be eligible. If you owned coastal property in the Gulf waters, you may be eligible for claims.
The Strom Law Firm can help businesses recover lost revenue.
If your business lost revenue as a result of the BP oil spill, we are here to help. Contact the attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC at 803.252.4800 today for a free consultation to discuss the facts of your case.