Money For Roof Cleaners And Pressure Washers Effected By The BP Oil Spill

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This guy called me for a roof cleaning estmate, and we got talking. He told me there is money set aside for any company effected by the BP Oil Spill disaster.
Many of us were effected, and lost money because of it. He said the money is fairly easy to get.
He did not ask me to publish his email to me. I am only doing it so perhaps any roof cleaner or pressure washer who's business was effected by the Gulf Oil Spill Disaster may get compensated.

My firm is working with Navigant Consulting to analyze and file BP oil spill claims. It costs you nothing for the analysis and there’s a 25% contingency fee for filing and defending the claim if you qualify and BP pays. We would need your gross monthly revenue from January 2007 through December 2011 (which you can put in a spreadsheet or just in an email if you want). We then run an analysis with proprietary software, which analyzes the data 64 different ways to see if you qualify. If you qualify, we will need tax returns and some other documents to file the claim. You can send the numbers to me or, if you prefer, directly to Navigant (just let me know and I can get you a contact person at Navigant). Your financial information is kept confidential throughout the process. Let me know if you’re interested and feel free to call me to discuss further.




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Us too Kory, we are so busy, it is insane. But I posted this as on option, for the guys who may have been effected.

[h=4]Negative effects of BP oil spill linger for Florida businesses[/h]Maggie Schwartzman on February 26th, 2013 | Last updated: February 26, 2013 at 10:29 pm

Monday marked the beginning of the long-awaited trial over the 2010 British Petroleum oil spill. The trial against BP and the other businesses involved will address what caused the explosion, how much blame should be placed on each company and exactly how much oil spilled.
Residents along Florida’s Gulf Coast are disappointed in the compensation they received for damage caused by the BP oil spill.
While no oil washed up on its shore, Steinhatchee was one of the cities negatively impacted by the spill.
Linda Wicker, owner of Roy’s Restaurant in Steinhatchee, said the perception of oil was enough to keep people away.
“The people just didn’t come,” Wicker said. “They weren’t going to take the chance of coming to Steinhatchee when there was an oil spill. It didn’t matter how much they were told that there was no oil on our shoreline.”
Wicker said business in the restaurant dropped between 20 and 30 percent in the summer of 2010. She said Steinhatchee saw just as much damage to business as any city that had actually seen oil on their shoreline.
“The perception of contamination was there,” Wicker said. “Whether it was or not, it really didn’t matter. It was the idea that the Gulf had an oil spill. So, if you’re on the Gulf, then you too must be affected.”
Now, about three years after the spill, Wicker said she sometimes still has customers questioning where Roy’s seafood is from and whether it might be contaminated.
BP has paid $4.9 billion into the Deepwater Horizon Trust to provide compensation from damage. However, Wicker said the compensation Steinhatchee has received was not enough to cover the damage.
“We suffered the damage that we did,” Wicker said. “I think BP pretended to be the good guy in the white hat. ”
Wicker said she plans to follow the trial, but isn’t expecting much. She said the U.S. government has let BP off too easily and isn’t hopeful for more retribution.
Mike Llerena wrote this story online.