NEW YORK Stainless steel
boating product manufacturer Stainless Marine Inc. has filed a
lawsuit against BP Plc and two of its subsidiaries for economic
damages caused by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and
"The adverse impact of the spill
on the boating and marine activities along the entire Gulf
Coast region" brought demand for Stainless Marines
products and services to a "standstill," the Opa Locka,
Fla.-based company alleged in its lawsuit, filed in U.S.
District Court in eastern Louisiana.
Boussard, La.-based LaRose Scrap
& Salvage Inc. also recently filed a lawsuit against BP,
claiming that it lost $3.7 million in income as a result of the
amm.com, April 22).
London-based BP couldnt be reached for comment.