BP settlement claims – We can help!

You and your business may be qualified for cash compensation

A Business Economic Loss relief fund has been established for small business owners who suffered in the Gulf Coast’s economic downturn of 2010. You and your business may be qualified for cash compensation from the fund. Please contact us today so that we may assist you in verifying your eligibility and to get the BP claims process started.

The Gulf Coast economy took a hit in 2010, due in part to a marked downturn in the tourism industry after the effects of the BP oil spill rippled throughout the Gulf Coast states. A BP settlement fund has been created to provide cash relief to Gulf Coast businesses impacted by this economic downturn. If you own or operate a business in one of the Gulf Coast states and your revenues were down in 2010, we can prepare, submit, and pursue your claim to a portion of these settlement funds.

We know you likely have better things to do and don’t want to spend time or money exploring whether you may be able to obtain this cash relief. Let us do the work for you. We will determine whether you qualify to receive settlement funds, prepare the claim packet, submit it to the BP settlement fund, and, if necessary, prosecute your right to those proceeds. We will only get paid from the money we collect for you, and will not get paid otherwise. We will never seek money from you – only from the proceeds we obtain on your behalf. We will get the information we need from you in one or two phone calls. After that, we will keep you informed of the status of your BP claim and answer any questions you may have at any time. The settlement funds are already set aside specifically for those businesses harmed by the downturn in the Gulf Coast economy.

"Don't let this opportunity pass you by. The settlement funds are already set aside specifically for those businesses harmed by the downturn in the Gulf Coast economy."

- Rick Paul, Attorney

Why not see if you qualify?

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