Damaged Business Reputation After the Oil Spill

When the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded on April 20, 2010, few people could predict the full extent of impact on the environment and the lives of people on the coast. Due to the vast amount of oil released into the water, thousands of businesses suffered from a loss of income and tourist revenue. In addition to these hurdles, many businesses have experienced a tarnished business reputation.

Businesses who have suffered from a damaged reputation deserve compensation for their loss of income. If your claim for these damages was denied, contact the Oil Spill Claim Resource Center at 800-821-1544 today. A Gulf of Mexico oil spill attorney of Williams Hart can help you learn more about your rights to remuneration.

Lost Revenue from Damaged Reputation

At first, the oil spill drastically affected tourism areas and the quality and availability of seafood products. Owners of businesses in these industries found it difficult to hold themselves up to the high standard expected of businesses in America. Businesses that were once responsible for delivering quality seafood to restaurants and grocery stores across the nation could no longer provide their products, which caused their reputations to be damaged.

Now, although tourism and food quality are once again high in the Gulf Coast, many people are still avoiding this area due to the reputation Gulf businesses developed as a result of the spill. This is unacceptable.

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Although money was set aside by the major oil companies for suffering businesses, not all these funds were distributed to the people who needed them the most. If your company was denied compensation for your damaged business reputation, you must continue fighting for the money you deserve.

Contact the Gulf Oil Spill rejected claims attorneys of Williams Hart today at 800-821-1544 if your Gulf of Mexico oil spill claim was denied.

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