Midland Maritime Accident Lawyers
From workers on offshore drilling rigs to seamen working full time on a vessel to port workers who load and unload cargo from container ships, the men and women of the maritime industry face many hazards on the job that can result in injuries.
The Midland maritime accident lawyers at The Ammons Law Firm LLP have been successfully representing workers injured in maritime accidents in the Gulf Coast region and throughout the U.S. for more than two decades.
We know the risks maritime and offshore workers face each day while out on the job. We know firsthand the devastating impact that maritime injuries can have on workers and their families. It’s the reason we fight so hard to defend the rights of injured maritime workers. We are dedicated to getting injured maritime workers the full amount of compensation they deserve for the damages resulting from their maritime injuries.
If you or a loved one were injured in a maritime accident, don’t put off seeking legal representation until it’s too late. Contact The Ammons Law Firm LLP at (866) 591-3983 to schedule a free consultation to discuss the details of your case.
Depending on the circumstances in your case, you may be entitled to compensation for the pain, medical bills, ongoing treatment, lost earnings, future loss of earnings, emotional trauma, and other damages related to your injuries.
Common Maritime Injuries
Our maritime accident lawyers have extensive experience representing injured offshore and workers in a wide variety of occupations, including:
- Professional divers
- Offshore rig workers
- Pier and dock workers
- Commercial fishermen
- Utility workers on midstream transfer operations
- Crews of all types of maritime vessels, including tugboats, crew boats, lift boats, work boats, supply boats, barges, and other special purpose vessels and operating platforms
We’ve helped clients obtain compensation for many kinds of maritime injuries including:
- Head injuries
- Neck injuries
- Back injuries
- Slip, trip and fall injuries
- Bone fractures
- Chemical exposure
- Crush injuries
- Marine hypothermia
Why Hire a Maritime Accident Lawyer?
To be successful in your maritime injury claim, it is important to select a lawyer with the experience and knowledge to help you navigate the complicated legal process. The laws and regulations that govern maritime workers are very different from those that cover employees working on dry land.
The most important of these maritime laws is the Jones Act, which allows seamen to seek compensation for injuries caused by the negligence of vessel owner, employer, or crew member. The Jones Act provides maintenance (living expense) and cure (medical expense) payments to injured maritime workers.
Other laws and regulations that may have relevance in your case include the Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA), the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act (LHWCA) and the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA).
Get Help from a Skilled Maritime Injury Attorney Today
The maritime injury attorneys at The Ammons Law Firm have successfully resolved the cases of maritime workers injured on the high seas, inland waterways and port facilities across the United States. We’re the lawyers you want by your side when you go up against a negligent employer or vessel owner and their insurers.
We understand the complexities of maritime and admiralty laws and how they pertain to our clients’ cases. We know how to gather the evidence crucial to proving your case and use it to get you the maximum amount possible for your injuries.
The Ammons Law Firm handles most of our maritime accident cases on a contingency basis. That means there are no up-front fees for our clients if we represent them; our clients only pay if we win.
Don’t wait until it’s too late to seek help. There are statutes of limitations when it comes to filing a lawsuit for a maritime injury. Contact The Ammons Law Firm LLP at (866) 591-3983 without delay.