Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Rental Property Damage Lawyer

States bordering the Gulf of Mexico are popular vacation spots for many reasons. For the majority of the year, the weather is delightful, the beach is beautiful, and the food is delicious. Sadly, though, the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil well in 2010 damaged the Gulf of Mexico’s tourism industry. Many people experienced a tremendous financial loss due to this drastic drop in tourism, partially due to damage done to their rental properties.

If your rental property was damaged following the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, you deserve compensation to help you fix the damage. If your first claim was denied, contact the Gulf of Mexico rental property damage attorneys of Williams Hart today at 800-821-1544.

Compensation for Rental Property Damage

Shortly after the spill, coasts along Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida began to have oil wash up on shore. The substance covered beaches and buildings. The cost of cleaning up this oil cost many people a great deal of money—money that should be reimbursed by the parties at fault. If your property was damaged in the spill, you may also be able to receive compensation for the following.

  • Loss of business due to rental property damage
  • Canceled reservations do to rental property damage

Frustratingly, many rental property damage claims have been denied. However, even if your claim has been turned down, we can still help you fight back.

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The oil spill devastated the natural habitat of the Gulf as well as all the people living on coast. As a rental property owner, it is important to learn about how to get help with the toll it has taken on your business. Contact the Gulf of Mexico rental property damage lawyers of Williams Hart at 800-821-1544 for your consultation.

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