What to Do if You’ve Lost Tourism Revenue

After the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, many businesses lost potential revenue due to decreased tourism to the area. The Gulf coast relies heavily on tourist travel for its income, and when tourism drops, businesses including restaurants and hotels can suffer serious financial damages. Although many such businesses have applied for compensation for these losses, sometimes insurance companies wrongfully deny these claims.

If you have suffered financial damages from loss of tourism following the Gulf oil spill in 2010, or if you are a business owner battling your insurance company for the compensation you deserve, we can help you fight back. Contact an experienced Gulf oil spill denied claim attorney of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-821-1544 for more information about your legal options.

Why Tourism is Important

Businesses along the Gulf coast rely on tourism to create much of their income, so any loss in tourism can severely hurt a company’s expected revenue. Tourism helps businesses in the following areas:

  • Achieve financial stability
  • Generate income for a community
  • Attract more and more travelers
  • Develop or maintain area attractions
  • Sustain a community’s economy

If a business sees a significant loss in income because of a disaster like the 2010 oil spill, an entire community can suffer in addition to the individual businesses. If you are fighting a reluctant insurance company for financial benefits following a loss of tourism, you may want consider legal assistance.

Contact Us

If you are a business owner who has suffered from a loss in tourism as a result of the 2010 Gulf oil spill, contact the dedicated Gulf coast oil spill lawyers of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-821-1544.






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