Our California Maritime Accident Lawyers will provide you with answers and help you and your family recover compensation, maintenance and cure you deserve.
With over 800 miles of coastline and eight major ports, California receives thousands of vessels involved in international trade every year. If you are injured while working on inland, harbor or coastal waters of California as a longshoreman, commercial fisherman, international merchant mariner, or vessel crew, you are covered by the Jones Act.
Claims under the Jones Act are highly complex and unique. Successful navigation of the legal procedures and guidelines requires detailed knowledge of maritime law and court expectations. U.S. admiralty law can fall under federal court jurisdiction as well as state court jurisdiction. This allows you to hire an experienced law firm located anywhere in the nation, provided your attorney has the resources and ability to work with local counsel in California.
Maritime injuries can lead to feelings of frustration and hopelessness. We understand the importance of your claim to you and your family. We have succeeded in recovering much needed compensation for thousands of merchant seamen, fishermen, and injured oil workers. We aim to get our clients the fair and rapid treatment they deserve throughout the legal process by putting a primary focus on the most efficient services possible. Decades of experience allow us to advance cases along promptly and help our clients to seek potential compensation for their injuries.
Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers is respected as one of the nation’s experienced maritime law firms. From our offices in Houston and Galveston our lawyers have successfully helped hundreds of injured maritime workers pursue financial damages and receive maintenance and cure while recovering from injuries.
Start with receiving honest answers from an experienced maritime attorney at our firm. We are responsive, professional and offer experience you can depend on to support your injury claim.
Contact us for a free consultation with one of our veteran national maritime injury attorneys. We work on cases on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay attorneys’ fees unless you receive compensation due to our help.