Real Estate

The real estate industry along the Gulf Coast was hit disproportionally hard by the BP oil spill. The negative publicity caused an immediate drop-off in travel to the area, particularly during the peak tourist seasons. Vacation properties continue to go unrented, retirement condominiums go unsold and new housing projects have been abandoned. If you are an agent, property owner or vacation resort manager, you are well aware of the direct connection between the oil spill and lost revenue.

The BP oil spill settlement is not a handout - it is payment for your real and future financial damages.

You qualify for payment if your real estate-related business is in one of the affected zones and you can show loss of revenue including, but not limited to , reduced sales or rental income between May through December 2010.

BP has agreed to a historic settlement to reimburse the Gulf Coast real estate industry for immediate and future losses resulting from the downturn in property sales and rentals. If you live along the Florida Gulf Coast, you can turn to Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC, for help with your claim.

Lawyers Fees Are Capped At A Low Percentage

Under terms of the settlement, attorneys fees for helping people recover BP settlement money are capped at a low percentage. You will only pay us if there is a recovery.

A qualified lawyer is essential to helping you getting the full and fair financial compensation to which you are entitled. It is possible that your real estate business will suffer financial damages for years following the oil spill. The claims process includes a variety of formulas for determining the amount of money you are owed for future damages to your bottom line. We work aggressively to make sure the correct formula is applied and that you receive the full and fair amount of money to which you are entitled.

Florida Gulf Coast Oil Spill Lawyers For The Real Estate Industry

From office in Fort Myers, our lawyers represent BP oil spill claimants in communities throughout Southwest Florida including Lee County, Collier County and Sarasota County, Florida. Call us toll free at 855-SWFL-BIZ (855-793-5249) or contact us by e-mail at to arrange a free consultation with a BP oil spill claims attorney at Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC, today.

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