Admiralty and Maritime Personal Injury

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ADMIRALTY AND MARITIME PERSONAL INJURY

Admiralty and maritime law can be a complex, challenging body of law. The attorneys at the WILLIAMS LAW GROUP will carefully pursue your case against the responsible party or parties to ensure they are held accountable for your injuries. Our firm has assisted seamen injured in all types of maritime cases including:

  • Jones Act
  • Longshore and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act
  • Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act
  • Death on the High Seas
  • Other offshore injuries occurring on Oil Rigs, Supply Boats, Recreational Boats, Tugboats, Barges and Dredges.

While our firm most often assists seamen and women who have been injured while working on the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico, our reach extends further to foreign waters where we have represented American seaman injured on the Persian Gulf and New Guinea, among others.

As a member of the Plaintiff’s Steering Committee and Trial Team that litigated the 2013 case against BP on behalf of the private Plaintiffs, Duke is well-versed in admiralty and maritime law. He and his team are prepared to assist you with your maritime case.

Please contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.

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