The Right Solution for Denied Business BP Claims
Hundreds of business owners are struggling with denied business bp claims. They have lost income and revenue amounting in some cases even up to $1 million, and all they get as an answer is that their files do not qualify for compensation. On the other hand, these business owners are constantly seeing less significant claims that are being paid out to the victims of the disaster. This makes everyone understand that there is some problem in the middle with the whole bp claims issue.
What the BP does, is to tell the GCCF that only the less significant claims can be paid out (those in the range of $10,000 and $20,000). So why do they do this? Mainly because they do not want to exhaust the available $20 billion fund so quickly; if the GCCF pays out 50 claims of $10,000 each, it looks so much better in the eye of the public opinion than paying out one single claim amounting to $500,000. This is how and why business BP claims are being constantly rejected, and the majority of the claimants have made peace with the fact that they will never ever get a chance to receive fair compensation from the BP and implicitly from the GCCF.
However, there have been set up several gccf help centers out there, where you will find reputable attorney teams working FOR the benefit of the victims. They can help you re-send your business bp claim for evaluation, and they can even file a lawsuit against the BP if necessary. The best thing about it? The review of your file is done for free, and attorneys work around a so called “contingency fee agreement”. This means that they will get a small commission out of the recuperated amount, which will cover for their service fees. If they cannot get anything for you from the BP, you will also not have to pay anything.
The attorneys strongly encourage people struggling with business bp claims to send their files for re-evaluation, but this time being backed up by strong legal representation. The GCCF may play around some quite dubious tactics, but they will most probably not dare to deny your claim if they know you have got legal representation. Nor the GCCF or the BP does want to be dragged into court and pay hefty legal fees, or have their reputation ruined in public. The best advice if you are struggling with denied bp claims? Get yourself a good attorney and claim your rights from the BP!
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