The Gulf Coast restaurant industry continues to struggle in the wake of the April 23rd Gulf of Mexico oil spill. To date, most restaurant owners have not received any emergency funding from British Petroleum (BP) for claims ranging from lost profits to cleanup costs. As a result, many in the industry are wondering whether BP will follow through with their promises to make good on the damage from the disaster or if legal action will be necessary to collect for their losses. Of concern is ...
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