How To Seek Justice For Burn Injuries And Electrical Shock Injuries Onboard
If you were seriously burned or suffered a serious electrical shock onboard a commercial vessel or while working as a longshoreman, you are entitled to seek full and fair money damages for from the vessel owner, under U.S. admiralty law. Damages can include compensation for:
- Medical treatment and rehabilitation
- Stipend for lost earnings, maintenance and cure
- Pain and suffering
- Punitive damages
The Law Offices of Lyle C. Cavin, Jr. & Associates, is a nationally recognized maritime law injury firm that has successfully represented many thousands of injured seamen, fishermen, longshoremen and other maritime industry workers injured in accidents on the job.
A Track Record Of Results
By working with a network of independent maritime law specialists in port cities and water transport communities throughout the U.S., we make sure we remain responsive to your concerns and flexible to move with the local federal court requirements in your region.
We have experience representing injured seamen, fishermen and water workers in limb amputation and fracture injuries suffered in all types of maritime accidents, including:
- Welding torch injuries
- Shipboard explosions
- Electrical generator accidents
Free Consultations And The Lowest Contingency Fees
If you or a loved one suffered a serious burn or electrocution in an accident onboard a ship or commercial vessel in U.S. waters, contact us online to arrange a free case evaluation, or call us at 510-291-4743 or 888-340-7991. From our offices in Oakland, California, we represent maritime workers injured in port and waterway cities throughout the United States.