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Legal Assistance for Oil Rig & Crane Injuries in New Orleans, LA

Platform / Oil Rig Injuries

In platform / oil rig injury cases, it is often quite difficult to determine which law is applicable. This is why you need an experienced attorney to ensure you are being treated fairly and your claim is properly pursued. Working on offshore oil and gas platforms in the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere is dangerous work. Even just transferring from the service vessel to the barge or platform can be risky. If you’ve been hurt doing Oil Patch work, your rights under maritime and admiralty law can vary widely, depending on the circumstances and your type of injury. For example, if you were hurt on a jack-up rig or floating rig or under certain other circumstances, you might get favorable treatment as a “seaman” under the Jones Act. Delay in exploring your options can destroy your rights. Our maritime personal injury attorneys can quickly sort out which laws apply to your injury and fully explain and protect your rights. Whether you are a crew member on a platform or floating rig, a diver, helicopter crew member, or other crew member, protecting your future is a phone call away. Call 1.800.USA.GULF right now to learn how to protect yourself and your family. We work for you! The Louisiana maritime attorneys of The Maritime Law Center for Personal Injury are a national law firm representing maritime and admiralty clients in Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Florida, and Louisiana, as well as workers in international waters. Don’t delay. Contact our firm to discuss your case.

Crane Accidents

Transferring cargo from ship to shore or ship to platform using a crane is a daily occurrence. The chance that a mechanical malfunction, poor weather, or visibility or operator error will result in loss of control or a dropped load is greatly increased by the frequency with which cranes are used. Unfortunately, crane operators and nearby workers often suffer injury or death as a result of a crane mishap. Our maritime personal injury attorneys work regularly with victims of crane accidents. We understand how to investigate crane accidents and put the law to work for the injured. Protecting your future is a phone call away. Call 1.800.USA.GULF right now so that we can meet to discuss your rights. We work for you! The Louisiana maritime attorneys of The Maritime Law Center for Personal Injury are a national law firm representing maritime and admiralty clients in Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Florida, and Louisiana, as well as workers in international waters. Don’t delay. Contact our firm to discuss your case.

Catastrophic Injuries

A catastrophic injury involves disastrous, life-altering damage to the body. Because of the dangerous nature of their jobs, seamen and waterways workers often suffer catastrophic personal injuries, including traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal injuries, nerve damage, burns, paralysis, amputation, damage from exposure to toxic chemicals, and many more. Our New Orleans maritime injury attorneys are committed to providing exceptional representation to catastrophic injury victims so that they and their families can lead as normal a life as possible. We work closely with medical and economic experts to ensure all past and future medical expenses are compensated. Our attorneys also have the knowledge and experience to deal successfully with insurance companies to obtain full compensation for serious and catastrophic injury victims. Protecting your future is a phone call away. Call 1.800.USA.GULF right now so that we can meet to discuss your rights. We work for you! The Louisiana maritime attorneys of The Maritime Law Center for Personal Injury are a national law firm representing maritime and admiralty clients in Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Florida, and Louisiana. Don’t delay. Contact our firm to discuss your case.

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The Maritime Law Center

301 Huey P Long Ave
New Orleans, LA 70114

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