Offshore maritime workers along the Gulf Coast provide some of the most important job functions not only to the region, but for the nation as a whole. Often times, these workers can put in long hours in hazardous environments. Under the circumstances, it can mean a higher rate of accidents, injuries or even death. Maritime injuries can happen to seamen working aboard vessels, to offshore oilfield workers, offshore platform workers, even passengers staying as guests aboard a cruise ship.
Any maritime injury can have long lasting consequences for its victims – significant time missed from work, serious personal injury, permanent impairment or worse. If you or a loved one suffer a maritime injury find, don’t hesitate to contact Trimble & Grant, PLLC to find out what remedies are available to you.
We are able to handle claims and litigate your case in either Texas and Louisiana, two gulf-states that are uniquely intertwined in the offshore industry. Whether you are a Jones Act seaman, or you were hurt offshore or on a vessel, contact Trimble & Grant, PLLC to find out what rights you have under the maritime law to make you whole.
Rights and Remedies
Remedies under the maritime law can vary greatly depending on the individual hurt, as well as where the accident occurred. Contact an experienced Houston maritime attorney at Trimble & Grant, PLLC to fight out what rights and remedies may be available under:
- The Jones Act
- General Maritime Negligence
- Longshore and Harborworker’s Compensation Act
- Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act
- Other applicable state and federal laws
If you would like to learn more about our legal services or find out more about possible legal remedies for your situation, don’t hesitate to contact Trimble & Grant, PLLC and schedule a free consultation. We will keep you informed of each step that your case is going through and provide you with the personal attention you deserve. Trimble & Grant, PLLC is committed to fighting to get you the monetary compensation that you deserve for your maritime injury. Contact Trimble & Grant, PLLC for more information or a free consultation with a Houston maritime attorney.