May 29th, 2015
Attorney Kenneth H. Hooks III manages one of the firms catastrophic injury sections. Kenny focuses his practice on providing excellent representation to the few clients chosen by the section’s rigorous case selection. Kenny has practiced international maritime law for over 13 years as well as prosecuting horrific injury claims as a result of crashes, explosion burns, work place injuries and deaths, hospital errors and very large commercial claims all on a pure contingency basis. Mr. Hooks helps bring justice to individuals, businesses and professionals who have been wronged by others through both state and federal courts in Louisiana and throughout the United States as well as internationally.
Mr. Hooks’ practice has been built on the trust of other lawyers who refer and partner with him to represent the catastrophically injured and families of individuals, Jones Act Seamen, offshore workers, who have been seriously injured or wrongfully killed. Mr. Hooks has successfully represented clients and has collected tens of millions of dollars for clients who have been seriously burned, paralyzed, brain damaged, drowning victims and killed. Representative clients include international labor unions, Jones Act seaman and offshore workers, Louisiana business owners, legal professionals in malpractice disputes, landowner pollution disputes, vessel owners in collisions, seamen injured on land, throughout the United States and in international waters, longshoremen, oil and gas company claims in major oilfield blow outs, qui tam actions, class actions involving patients claims versus physicians, chemical exposures, and oil spills. Mr. Hooks is a member of the leading team of maritime lawyers who represent injured parties in the British Petroleum Oil catastrophe that occurred off the coast of Louisiana, in the Gulf of Mexico.
Mr. Hooks is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, Baton Rouge Bar Association, American and Louisiana Association of Justice, the Maritime Law Association. He has served as the attorney for the Louisiana State Democratic Party and is currently an adjunct professor of law teaching Admiralty and Maritime Personal Injury at the Southern Louisiana University Law Center. The firm’s foreign clients’ language accommodations are handled in house through individuals associated locally.
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