Car Dealership Claims
The effects of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill on the region were far more widespread than simply the physical damage caused by the disaster. For many businesses, the impact of the spill caused a substantial loss of revenue for a prolonged period, putting a serious strain on their ability to stay afloat. While this problem most directly affected industries closely related to the Gulf, such as the fishing and tourism industries, it also had a substantial impact on other types of businesses, including car dealerships, as those in the area were unable to purchase new vehicles because of their spill-related losses.
Fortunately, BP has agreed to help compensate business owners for losses they suffered because of the spill’s impact. By filing a claim through the Deepwater Horizon Claims Center (DHCC), car dealership owners may be able to recoup some of their losses from the disaster. However, legal assistance may be necessary to ensure that claims are filed correctly. At Williams Kherkher, we have helped many business owners to successfully pursue their claims for compensation, and we want to put this experience to work for you.
How We Can Help
There are a number of different ways in which legal representation can be useful in pursuing a claim for compensation through the DHCC. We are prepared to offer our assistance with:
- Initial Filing
- Claim Review
- Claim Appeals
In all of these circumstances, qualified legal representation can mean the difference between full compensation and a claim being rejected entirely, so do not hesitate to contact an experienced attorney if you are considering pursuing a claim for your losses.
Talk to a Car Dealership Claims Attorney
If you own a car dealership and believe that you may be entitled to file a claim for losses incurred as a result of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, we can help. Contact the attorneys of Williams Kherkher today by calling our offices at (888) 220-0640 to speak with a member of our legal team about the details of your situation and help determine whether you may be eligible for compensation.