Injury on Coastal Waterways
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When a seaman suffers an injury on the intercoastal waterway, they may be protected under the Jones Act Maritime law. All claims for a maritime worker who is employed to work aboard a vessel should be reviewed by an offshore accidents attorney for possible coverage under the Jones Act. Offshore maritime firms with attorneys specializing in the Jones Act can steer a seaman’s claim to properly maximize recovery in the event of a maritime injury.
A qualified offshore injury attorney may direct an injured seaman to all available avenues of recovery, including the employer, the vessel’s owner and possibly against a third-party contractor. This specialized maritime lawyer possesses the knowledge and skill sets necessary to collect necessary evidence to prove the required negligence to affect recovery. Many personal injury firms purport to handle Jones Act cases, but only an experienced offshore injury lawyer can successfully navigate a Jones Act case for full recovery.
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More Jones Act & Maritime Law Information
- The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act — Oil Rig Accident Attorney
- Longshore and Harborworkers’ Compensation Act
- Who Is a Seaman?
- Maintenance and Cure for Injuries at Sea
- Unseaworthiness Claims
- Injury on Coastal Waterways
- Injury at Sea
- Death at Sea
- Types of Jones Act and Maritime Law Accidents
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