Were You Injured While Working On A Container Ship Or Tanker Vessel?

Seamen working on container ships and tanker vessels face some of the most dangerous working conditions at sea or on inland waterways. The weight of the containers and equipment makes the decks dangerous and puts workers in harm's way whenever something shifts during the passage or must be moved by hand or equipment.

If you were injured while working on a tanker ship or cargo vessel in U.S. coastal waters or waterways, you have the right to pursue compensation for medical care and cure and maintenance through U.S. admiralty laws with a maritime injury lawyer.

No matter what state you were injured in, a law firm admitted to practice in federal court may represent you as their maritime injury lawyer. If you were injured while working on a vessel or on the docks loading a commercial vessel, you are entitled to seek full and fair money damages from the vessel owner and other liable parties.

Why It Is Important To Hire A Maritime Lawyer

Personal injury firms primarily focus on land-based accidents in state courts. The Law Offices of Lyle C. Cavin, Jr. & Associates, in Oakland, California, has been successfully representing injured seamen and water workers since 1970.

Preparing a successful lawsuit requires in-depth knowledge of the court procedures and expectations. We work with many of the nation's leading legal and shipping experts to enable us to be successful in courts throughout the United States.

Low Contingency Fees And A Track Record Of Success

In more than 40 years of focusing our practice on maritime law for seamen nationwide, we have negotiated multimillion-dollar settlements and won significant jury verdicts on behalf of water workers and their families in state and federal courts.

Call 510-291-4743 or 888-340-7991, or contact us through our website, to reach one of our container ship attorneys at our offices in Oakland, California. We offer free consultations and represent clients on a contingency fee basis. You pay attorneys' fees as a percentage of the settlement or jury award.