Tourism loss due to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill

Posted on February 9th, 2012 No Comments

In 2010 when the Gulf of Mexico oil spill occurred, tourism on the Gulf Coast became almost nonexistent. People were not visiting the area due to the drastic conditions of the water and the coastlines.

Tourism is a large part of the economy in these areas and several business owners were greatly affected by the decline in tourists. Several properties have been damaged, and some buildings had been deemed unfit to conduct business until the oil was completely cleared up.

The clean up costs of the oil spill could have cost business owners large sums of money, when the incident was out of their control. Numerous states have been affected by this hazardous oil spill, and the individuals living in these areas deserve the right amount of compensation for their reduction in business.

Please contact the Gulf of Mexico oil spill lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-821-1544 if you or someone you know lost tourism profits as a result of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.


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