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Injury Or Fatality On Fixed Platform

For personal injury attorneys, maritime law often proves one of the hardest areas to litigate. The numerous federal and state laws and regulations can often confuse even the best attorneys. Decades of experience, like the experience belonging to the attorneys at Doyle Dennis Avery LLP, is required to maneuver claims. If you or a family member are hurt or killed while working on a fixed platform you should contact an experienced maritime personal injury attorney

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Your Case May Depend on Your Attorney’s Knowledge of Complex Statutes

We understand from our research and claim experience that pursuing monetary compensation with success often relies on the ability of your attorney to navigate complex laws including the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act, the Jones Act and other federal or state laws. Not all personal injury attorneys, even with a focus on the maritime injury, have the knowledge or ability to manage a fixed platform injury case. Fixed platforms generally fall under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act. Doyle Dennis Avery LLP have experience in this area and can see if avenues for greater compensation, such as under the Jones Act, are available

U.S. and International Claims

Not only can our attorneys handle complex maritime injury litigation, but they can also explain your rights and offer simple guidance for pursuing claims. We pride ourselves on our ability to connect with clients and ensure they are well informed about their cases. Our respected law firm can handle fixed platform injury cases in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Alaska and international or foreign waters. After a serious injury or death, our Houston, Texas based firm will fight for you rights and compensation.

Please contact us today for a free consultation with a lawyer experienced in fixed platform injuries and death.