At Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers, we pride ourselves on our knowledge of the maritime industry. You will not have to spend time explaining your occupation like you would with an attorney lacking experience in the field. Our decades of combined experience representing injured maritime workers allows us to understand the risks and challenges of your job, as well as how to navigate the legal and personal needs of clients pursuing offshore injury claims.
After suffering a serious maritime injury while at sea or onshore, contact Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers for an attorney that understands your needs and fights for your rights. Our former clients and track record can attest to our ability to provide individual care and intense effort for clients with valid claims. Whatever your legal concerns are after a serious maritime injury, you can trust our wise counsel.
From our offices in Houston and Galveston, Texas, we have developed a global maritime law practice on the backbone of fighting for the rights of injured offshore workers and other maritime employees. We are well equipped to undertake nearly any type of offshore injuries, such as:
Our attorneys have proven experience in helping maritime workers obtaining compensation after suffering an injury on the job. Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has a firm grasp on the intricacies of maritime law and other relevant acts such as the Jones Act. We apply our skill and experience to provide an efficient and determined effort on behalf of our clients. Our experience with international litigation allows us to pursue claims for clients injured around the world. Our attorneys can provide you with a firm understanding of how to maneuver webs of complex legal claims with the highest probability of success. Choose to trust our respected attorneys with your claim by contacting us today.
The lawyers at Doyle LLP have vast experience in offshore claims and understand numerous federal maritime laws, such as the Jones Act law, that apply to offshore claims. Our Texas firm works every day to help clients across state lines and international borders in their maritime accident claims