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Tanker and Cargo Ship Accidents

Those individuals who work on tankers, cargo ships, and other similar offshore vessels need to understand that, if they are injured, they have rights. Any Blue Water maritime worker may recover compensation for medical bills and lost wages if unable to return to work. At the law firm of Dodson & Hooks, APLC, we understand how to make the Jones Act and other statutes work for our clients.

Louisiana Cargo Ship Worker Injury Attorneys

Dodson & Hooks, APLC, has successfully represented cargo ship and tanker workers from across Louisiana and the United States, as well as throughout the globe. The Jones Act, as with other statutes, is complicated and may overlap with other laws, including state workers’ compensation laws. Our lawyers have the experience necessary to evaluate your claim and pursue the benefits you deserve.

Baton Rouge Attorneys

Dodson & Hooks, APLC, has obtained significant settlements and verdicts for our clients, which includes millions of dollars in compensation for hundreds of workers from offshore injuries.

Our firm has handled cases involving workers injured on container ships, tankers and other ships that are carrying a wide range of goods, including oil, combustible raw materials, and chemicals, which can result in fires and explosions. If you have questions regarding your rights, we will answer them and put our extensive knowledge and resources on your side.

Contact Dodson & Hooks, APLC, for a Consultation

For more information about tanker and cargo ship accidents at Dodson & Hooks, APLC, contact a Baton Rouge maritime injury lawyer toll-free at 800-644-0633.

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