The Jones Act is a federal statute that was passed in 1920. The legislation, also known as 46 USC section 883, was put in place to protect Merchant Marines, ships and crews. Under the U.S. mandated act, certain laws are mandated to determine trade guidelines for...
If you work in the maritime industry, you likely know that there are both positive and negative aspects to this line of work. It can be exciting, and you can make good money, but at the same time, there are many risks and dangers present. Accidents are frequent, and...
Getting injured on the job or acquiring an occupational illness can put a person out of work indefinitely. Paying both your medical and household bills will become overwhelming quickly. Our workers' compensation attorneys here at Morrow, Gates & Morrow understand...
The workers' compensation program is designed to provide financial assistance to those who have suffered occupational injuries or illnesses. Unfortunately, many who apply for it are often denied assistance for a variety of reasons. Those who have been unfairly treated...
Our Worker's Compensation Attorney
Contact us right away by phone (337) 942-6529 after any work related accident or injury. Morrow, Gates & Morrow, LLC., located in Opelousas, Louisiana can review your case and help you get compensated and hold the other party responsible.
If you have been in an work related accident, do not hesitate to get help.
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: closed
We represent clients in all of Louisiana as well as other states including, but not limited to Texas, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida
Legal Disclaimer: The content of Morrow, Gates and Morrow LLC’s website is for informational purposes only. Do not construe the content and information of this website to be legal advice. Morrow, Gates and Morrow, LLC. does not promise or guarantee any result for services rendered. The blog posts from Morrow, Gates & Morrow consist of hypothetical scenarios, opinions and generic information. These scenarios are in no way meant to assess blame on any party in real-life situations and are presented for informational purposes only.