THERE IS STILL TIME TO FILE A FISHING SUBSISTENCE CLAIM!
We are holding meetings on the Gulf Coast today:
Sunday, November 3: 10am – 5pm
View Showroom @ Island View Casino Resort 3300 West Beach Blvd., Gulfport, MS 39501
If you are unable to attend one of our meetings, please call us at (601) 856-7800and we will send you a packet.
If you were OVER 65 or were DISABLED or had a Saltwater Fishing License on 4/20/2010 (i.e., the date of the BP Oil Spill) and you fished for your food, you may qualify for compensation from BP.
If you were OVER 65 on 4/20/2010, please bring a copy of the following documents to the meeting:
(1) ID; and (2) Social Security card.
If you were DISABLED on 4/20/2010, please bring a copy of the following documents to the meeting:
(2) Social Security card; and (3) A letter from the SSA office showing the date that you first became entitled to disability payments (i.e., the date you were placed on disability). You can get a copy of this letter from your local SSA office (6000 Hwy 63, Moss Point, MS 39563; 228-474-7023).
If you had a Saltwater Fishing License that was valid on 4/20/2010, please bring a copy of the following documents to the meeting:
(2) Social Security card; and (3) Your Saltwater Fishing License that was valid during the 2009-2010 fishing season and valid on 4/20/2010.
If you do not have a copy of it, you can get a copy of your Saltwater Fishing License that was valid on 4/20/2010 from the MS Dept. of Marine Resources (1141 Bayview Ave., Biloxi, MS 39530; 228-374-5000).
If you have any questions, please call our office.
Currently, we are accepting claims for Recreational Subsistence Fisherman, and claims forBusiness Lost Income and Personal Lost Income.
Call us today so that you are not left behind and get the compensation you deserve!
One thing is certain: anyone who has been directly impacted by the BP Oil Spill should file a claim sooner rather than later, before the companies manage to somehow limit their liability and reduce their payouts. Individuals or businesses who wait too long to file a claim may find that the money is gone.