Water-Related Businesses

The Gulf Coast of Florida is one of the nation's leading destination spots for beach activity, water sports, fishing charters and commercial fishing. In less than six months during 2010, the BP oil spill made such a negative impact on the businesses that rely on water-related tourism, products and services that the region may take decades to recover.

If you own or operate a business in a water-related industry along the Florida Gulf Coast, talk to an attorney at Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC, in Fort Myers. Our law firm can help you recover maximum compensation for your financial losses directly related to the oil spill, as well as future losses you expect to incur while the water sports, beach communities and commercial fishing industry recover.

What Do You Need To Prove?

The settlement does not require you to articulate a direct relationship between your losses and the spill. Instead, a multitude of mathematical formulas will be used to evaluate your financial documentation in order to determine whether you are eligible for payment. Depending upon the type of business you operate, you may be eligible to recover for past losses and prospective future losses, as well.

File Now - Or Lose Your Settlement Forever After April 2014

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 bpclaims@floridalegalrights.com to arrange a free consultation with a BP oil spill claims attorney at Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC today.

Call us toll free at 855-SWFL-BIZ (855-793-5249)