Don’t let the oil companies take away Louisiana’s fishing culture due to negligence. The effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill reach beyond the commercial fishing industry. Recreational fishing enthusiasts are affected by the presence of oil in the Gulf of Mexico as well.
A Louisiana Recreational Saltwater Fishing Oil Spill Class Action petition has been filed on behalf of Louisiana’s recreational fishing licensees. Click here to view the complaint. Let your voice be heard. Join the Class Action against the parties responsible for this statewide fishing disaster.
You may be compensated for losses associated with the following:
- Loss of a food source/sustenance
- Loss of enjoyment of fishing, trawling, crabbing, oystering
- Boat, boat shed and slip related expenses (insurance, mortgage payments, maintenance)
- Camp/Lease related expenses (insurance, lease mortgage payment, utilities, loss of rents)
- License/Fishing Club fees
- Oil clean-up expenses
- Loss of non-refundable fishing vacation rental deposits/pre-paid rents
- Depreciated land values
For more information or questions about the Class Action, please complete the Contact Information form in the column to the right or call the law firm of Orrill, Cordell & Beary at (504) 299-8724 or toll free at (866) 832-2417 today.
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