BP Gulf Coast Claims Center Assistance Released Important Information Regarding the Florida Oil Spill Claims
The tourism industry of the state of Florida has estimated revenue of $60 billion. According to several professional estimations, the BP Oil spill costs exceeded $3 billion. This had as result a huge number of gulf coast claims pouring into the offices of the BP and the GCCF. In order to find out whether you as an individual or business may get eligible for fair compensation from the BP, you should definitely visit the Center’s main website at www.bpclaims.com
Even though the BP has invested well over $30 million into the marketing section for Florida, there has not been noted increase in the tourism sector for this region. People are somewhat reluctant to plan their vacation in this region, and thus the tourism industry of Florida is in a constant downward movement. Almost 2 years have passed from the tragedy, and even today the gulf coast claims facility is struggling with hundreds perhaps even thousands of BP claims without solution.
The marketing efforts have not proved too useful, and even now people fear that there is a lot of damage and peril still existent on the beaches of Florida. Tourism has severely declined over these past 20 months since the disaster. This implicitly means that all of the businesses operating in the area have suffered great loss of income and revenue. Since there are no tourists present in a huge number, business are not able to make the income they used to, a few years back. The seriousness of the problem adds up even more, mainly because of the fact that there are so many gccf claims that have not found a proper solution. Individuals and businesses who lost income, revenue, or those who suffered medical injuries have kept sending in these claims, but the response of those responsible is too weak. Claims got rejected, blocked or ignored for apparently no well grounded reasons.
The general summer revenues of Florida have decreased dramatically. The Florida Panhandle region (the North-Western part of the state) has an economy which relied on tourism revenues mainly (as much as 90% of the revenues). The effects of the oil spill have been devastating for this region and those businesses that were relying on fishing and tourism (restaurants, amusement parks, shopping & entertainment complexes or hotels) have lost a tremendous amount of income.
The best solution for these individuals and business owners especially is to turn for help to the oil spill centers of assistance which are made up by expert teams of attorneys who can offer professional help with filing their claims. These attorneys will:
- help prepare the files for the claims, making sure no important document is missing
- offer counseling and advice all throughout the process for their clients
- in case of underpayment for the gccf, attorneys can file a lawsuit against the BP
Visit www.bpclaims.com for more detailed information regarding the state of affairs in Florida’s tourism today and the BP oil spill claims process. For immediate assistance call 1(800) 310-2970
- Contact Information
- Paul Danziger
- Attorney at Law
- Danziger & De Llano
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