Most businesses and individuals in Southwest Florida were impacted in one way or another by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster in April 2010. Some businesses had to layoff workers, or file for bankruptcy. BP has taken full responsibility, and allocated these funds to help small businesses with their recovery. Thousands of businesses affected by the disaster will be compensated for their economic losses. Aloia has made it his mission to let business owners and individuals know that the funds are available, and help them determine if they may qualify for these funds.
“I am hoping to give an understanding of the purpose of the settlement, the settlement conditions and process,” says Lubell. “Specifically, we want to make sure that our local business owners are aware of their right to be compensated for their lost earnings in the months following the April Horizon Oil Spill Disaster,” adds Lubell.
After participating in the event, Fred Kobie, President of Kobie Kooling, Inc. and member of the Labelle Rotary Club had this to share, “I was surprised to learn that all four of my businesses qualify for review and there are only a few industries that are specifically disqualified”
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About Aloia, Roland & Lubell, LLP
Aloia, Roland & Lubell, LLP serves clients throughout Southwest Florida in business and commercial litigation. The firm is led by partners Frank Aloia, Jr., Ty Roland and Evan Lubell, an experienced team of attorneys who are committed to providing the highest level of service for their clients. Aloia, Roland & Lubell, LLP has offices at 2254 First Street in Fort Myers, and 1716 Cape Coral Parkway East in Cape Coral. For more information, call 239-791-7950 or 1-855-SWFL-BIZ (855-793-5249)