PRLog (Press Release) – Apr. 16, 2013 – The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. launched a new initiative for real estate developers in and around the Gulf Coast of Florida on Monday morning. The project was launched in order to inform owners of real estate development projects regarding their right to file Tampa BP oil spill suit.
The bulletin covered the topic of the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig explosion, the history of the three month BP oil spill and the opportunities available for real estate developers.
The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. went on to explain that five million barrels of crude oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico for one-quarter of 2010, and that matters were made worse when questionable chemicals were used by BP to break down the oil spill. The clean-up products were actually found to be more dangerous than the oil on its own would have been in the Gulf of Mexico, throwing a wrench into the plans of more than one real estate development project.
The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. explained that the unchecked damage brought about by the BP oil spill began to manifest in damage to marine animals; damage to habitats for marine life and damage to both fishing and tourism industries. The economy of the entire Gulf Coast was negatively impacted, and many real estate development projects subsequently failed.
The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. contends that nearly three years after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, real estate developers along the Gulf Coast do not realize that their real estate development projects suffered from incorrect stories about the oil spill. The loss of revenues took substantial funds out of the local economy at the worst possible time, as Florida was stuck in the middle of a recession that still lingers.
Every real estate developer along the Florida Gulf Coast has a chance to recover their losses by filing a BP oil spill suit.
The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. explains that if your business has never filed a BP oil spill suit, now is the time to review your options.
Contact the office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. to discuss options for a BP oil spill suit. The office can be reached by calling 813.254.2637.
The office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. is located at 703 West Swann Avenue in Tampa. The law office offers Tampa residents assistance filing BP Oil Claims, title services, personal injury representation and representation in foreclosure cases. Tampa residents can find the office of Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. online by visiting http://www.fcmlaw.com.
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