Topic: Admiralty and Maritime Law
The spill has devastated the tourism and the seafood industries along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Equally suffering are businesses that rely on tourism— hotels, vacation rentals, charter boats, and restaurants among others.
Worse, when the spill—now covering thousands of square miles of the Gulf—makes landfall on the Mississippi Delta and shoreline, it threatens to cause serious harm to the barrier islands, bayous, bays, estuaries, marshlands, and fisheries along the shore. The damage suffered by coastal property owners and coastal businesses may last for years. The way of life of those who have lived on the Gulf Coast for generations will be permanently threatened.
If you are one of the many harmed by this man-made ecological disaster, you will want to have an expert help you recover money damages for the harm you have suffered—which may include compensation for property damage, lost profits and earnings, oil removal costs, health problems due to exposure to toxic chemicals, and other harm caused by the spill.
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