Filing GCCF Business Claims if you own a small business that had been affected by the BP Oil Spill is not a bad idea. If your business has had lost revenue in 2010 compared to 2009 and years prior to that. A CPA or anybody else that you consult with will tell you to file GCCF Business Claims for the damage the oil spill has done to your business. The missing revenue for the Gulf Region has had ripple effects through the economy and even though your clients are not tourists, your clients may rely on tourist dollars to buy the services from you. So if you own a small business and have had a drop in sales in 2010, filing GCCF Business claims with BP or filing out a form on our site would get you the help you need.
GCCF Business Claims What Do You Need?
For you to prove your GCCF Business claims to BP you need to have your Business income statement ready to send in for the last 3 years, if you have been in business that long. A backup of any other details that support you claim would be a good idea. The Attorney`s we have connected with have a standard process for each claim, of what needs to be filed, and how the claims form needs to be filled out to maximize your success. Many of the Attorneys have former members of the GCCF on their staff as they know the in`s and out`s better then anyone.
Prepare GCCF Business Claims
When they prepare GCCF business claims form for one of our users it should be for Interim payments (quarterly payments) and not final payment. Why is that you might ask, well we want our users to get as much as possible and get what is right for their claim. If they ask for a final claims payment now and let the client sign off on never going after BP again many things can happen. What if the oil returns, what if the fishing gets banned again, and what if the tourist don’t return this year. When the paper work goes though our Dream Team they are taking the approach of never closing the door on claims money from BP until you absolutely have to (3 year rule), and even then what if there are still problems from the oil spill, why not keep the option of filing a lawsuit against BP open even after 3 years. Remember the 3 year rule is something BP and GCCF came up with if you have damages after 10 years you can go after BP for those damages as long as you don’t sign away your rights in a final claims payment.
Setting You Up For GCCF Business Claims
If you want to connect with our team with GCCF business claims, and want to protect your small or large company for future losses, then allowing our Dream Team of Attorneys would be the right choice for you, and they will go after interim payments from BP. If you think that this is over and that oil will never return to our beaches, and the tourist will return this year, then by all means take a small payment from BP. If you want to get payments for the long run, and you want to make sure your interests are protected in this oil spill claims circus, then you should join our Dream Team of Attorney’s and fill out the form on our site. We will do our best to make sure your interests are protected by the Attorney’s, that have already served more then 10,000 clients interests with GCCF business Claims
Who Can Fill out GCCF Business Forms
If you have GCCF business claims or a personal claim against BP for loss of income or profit we will accept your form. If you have filled out a form with GCCF and your claim was denied you should fill out the form, and let us take a second look at it. If you have filed for emergency claims payment and are now filing for final claims payment you should let our team have a look at the numbers before you sign off on the GCCF paper work and promise to never go after BP again. If you have lost your job or business, or if you have lost rental income because of the BP oil spill you should fill out our form.
We are here to help, and we have already helped 10,000 people. We have helped large business owners, and individuals with keeping GCCF honest and fast, on a promise to not refuse a legitimate claim. We have also helped many people that had their claims denied the first time, only to find that when using our Dream Team their claims were suddenly approved.
If you follow this blog you saw my earlier post today about how GCCF has locked down the Final Claims Application process, well just a few hours after the post, GCCF is responding to the criticism of locking down the application process and I would like to share that response with readers of this blog.
GCCF Response to Final Claims Website Malfunction
” The GCCF is currently developing a formula for calculations of future damages to be used in assessing final payment claims.In order to develop fair and appropriate calculations of future damages, the GCCF is consulting with expert economists and scientist.
In the next few weeks, the GCCF will make a final determination regarding its methodology for the calculation of future damages. During this period of consultation and evaluation, the GCCF will not be issuing any final payment offers.
AFter the determination of a final methodology for the calculation of future damages, the GCCF will begin issuing final payment offers. We expect these final payment offers to begin in mid-February.
Final payment claims will be reviewed, on a rolling basis, in the order in which the final payment claims were received by the Facility. If the GCCF determines that your claims requires additional information or documentation you will be contacted and notified of the specific missing documentation that you must provide.
You can track the progress of your claim online by checking the claim status portion of the GCCF website at www.GulfCoastCLaimsFacility.com or by calling us at our Toll-free number below. ”
What does the GCCF response mean
So in a nutshell they are saying to stay patient if you are filing for a final claim, they are still trying to figure out what the factor will be for you final claims. The factor would be how many times your monthly loss should be multiplied by to cover you in the future. Again I have advocated 3-5 years of future payments for you lost today.The reason I am saying 3-5 years is because all claims or many claims are different. A business claim to a loss of income claim would be treated with a different factor. If the GCCF is not going to give you this kind of final claims payment, then you need to join our dream team that can get you these kind of numbers on your final claims payment.
Again I am glad that the GCCF gives us a response to the criticism that fast they have to get props for that, now if they can just treat everybody with respect and give everybody a fair shake then I will say nothing but great things about the GCCF but they have to prove it first. To date I have not been to impressed.
Again thank to a loyal reader for bringing this to my attention and keeping me and all of you guys in the loop of what is really going on.