Seeking Compensation for Injured Seamen and Ship Workers
- Are you a seaman or ship worker or dock hand who was injured in a shipping or maritime accident in the Gulf of Mexico?
- Was a family member killed in a boating or ship accident near New Orleans?
- Do you have questions about the Jones Act, the Longshore & Harbor Workers' Compensation Act or other maritime laws?
The attorneys at Stephenson, Chávarri & Lambert, LLC have decades of experience handling cases involving the Jones Act, Longshore & Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, and other admiralty and maritime laws. We are well-equipped to handle any personal injury or wrongful death, which occurred on a ship.
If you need an attorney to help you with your Jones Act claim or other shipping-related legal problem, contact our firm to schedule a consultation with one of our maritime lawyers.
Our International Maritime Law Practice
With a lawyer in the Maritime Law Association and lawyers who speak Spanish, French and English, the firm's practice reaches beyond regional affairs, extending to international commercial law matters.
Our maritime law practice includes collisions, personal injury cases, forum non-conveniens, comity, and other relevant doctrines regarding foreign plaintiffs and defendants. Because attorneys at Stephenson, Chavarri & Lambert, LLC are experienced in representing clients from foreign countries, we have the "know how" necessary to handle situations where international factors are at play.
We invite you to contact our office today to schedule a free consultation if you have questions about the Jones Act, a shipping accident or any aspect of maritime law.