BP Business Settlement Claims

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Have a business in Mississippi, Alabama, Lower Louisiana, or the Panhandle of Florida?

You may have a claim for damages due to the BP Deepwater Horizon 2010 Oil Spill. BP has settled with Businesses across the Gulf Coast and has already set aside money claims. All that is required is for businesses to examine their financials to see if they are due money under the settlement. Not sure if your business qualifies? Contact us. Don't think there is any way your business qualifies? Think again. More businesses qualify even when they do not think they do. Contact us and let us tell you if you qualify.

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PLEASE NOTE that filing for a consultation, or speaking with our staff about your issue in any way does not constitute legal representation.

We at Lomax Law Firm are not your attorneys until you have visited our office and signed a contract stating that we are indeed your attorneys. Because we receive many requests for consultation, if you have not heard from us regarding your claim, please contact another attorney because your claim may be time sensitive, which means that it may expire if you do not have an attorney file your claim within a certain amount of time.

About BP Claims Representation:

Lomax Law firm just recently signed a partnership with former Mississippi Attorney General Mike Moore and his law firm, the Mike Moore Law Firm. Together our firms are attempting to make sure that every business owner in Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and Florida eligible for monetary damages under the BP Business and Property Settlement knows about and gets the payment they are due. Many businesses across the Gulf Coast do not realize they may be eligible for payment from BP under the settlement.

The truth of the matter is that BP’s oil spill affected everyone’s life and business, whether they are a fisherman, restaurant owner, or roofer. The breadth of the Settlement represents this sentiment. In fact, nearly ANY business, in ANY part of Mississippi and Alabama, from Gulfport and Mobile to Southaven and Huntsville, and parts of Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle has a potential claim for money damages. If a business recorded a revenue loss in 2010 following the oil spill, many times that business’s monetary payment is substantial. As a business owner, this potential payment may be due even if you do not think your revenue loss was caused by the oil spill.

In partnering with the Mike Moore Law Firm, we have partnered with not only one of the most respected attorneys in Mississippi and the United States, but also a firm that has already partnered with business analysts, forensic accountants, and other experts who can make sense of your revenue loss and the somewhat complex payment formula agreed upon by BP as part of the settlement. This streamlined approach allows us to calculate business losses quickly and accurately. Importantly for businesses, this is a claim to money that has already been set aside by BP. In other words, this is a claim for all Gulf Coast businesses, not a lawsuit that could become expensive and drawn out. Indeed, this process can be quick and requires little business interruption; and the claim is confidential, so your business need not worry over disclosure of sensitive business information.

TAKE NOTE, even if your business did not return an annual loss in 2010, you still may be eligible for a money payment under the BP Settlement Agreement. If your business recorded a loss at anytime during the latter half of 2010, contact us immediately. The time to file claims is NOW: the claims process closes in April of 2014 and all business claims after that date will be barred. Even if you believe there is no way your business will qualify under the settlement, contact our attorneys at 228-762-3161, Toll Free at 800-874-1362, or at www.mybpbusinessclaim.com to see if you qualify for payment. A potential claim consultation is free and does not require any action by you other than to contact our firm.