Minority-Owned Business Claims
Building a business on your own is hard work, and all business owners have the right to feel proud of their accomplishments. However, following the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico caused by an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, businesses throughout the Gulf area saw significant disruptions in their operations, and in many cases, the effects hit minority-owned businesses especially hard.
In order to compensate business owners for the damage caused by the spill, BP has agreed to a settlement through the Deepwater Horizon Claim Center (DHCC). Unfortunately, in many cases, claims are being unfairly denied or are being appealed by BP. At Williams Kherkher, our attorneys understand how important your business is to you, and therefore we are dedicated to helping minority-owned businesses pursue the full amount of compensation they need.
Our Business Claims Practice Areas
We have been involved in helping business owners pursue claims for oil spill losses since the beginning of this process, and we know what it takes to provide assistance in a wide range of circumstances, including claims involving:
- Property damage
- Lost tourism revenue
- Lost rental property revenue
- Lost income
- Spill cleanup
- Claim appeals
We have the resources and experience necessary to effectively represent clients in all of these situations, so if you have suffered business losses because of the BP oil spill, take action and contact us today.
If you are a business owner whose company was negatively affected by the BP oil spill, we can help you pursue the compensation you need to recover from your losses. Contact Williams Kherkher today by calling our offices at (888) 220-0640 to speak with a member of our legal team about your situation and learn more about what we may be able to do for you.