The Jones Act
Were you injured while working offshore?
If you were injured while working offshore or during any type of job involving the maritime industry, the Jones Act could play an important role in your personal injury case. Give Jim S Gates here at Morrow, Gates & Morrow, LLC. a call at (337) 942-6529 to schedule a free consultation on how he can help you get the compensation your deserve.
Because the Jones Act is extremely complex and sometimes difficult to interpret, it’s important that you hire an attorney with experience and expertise with this statute if you suffer a maritime injury. At Morrow, Gates and Morrow, our attorneys have successfully handle numerous maritime injury cases and are well versed in the Jones Act and how it affects these particular types of personal injury cases.
For instance, many people are not aware that certain injuries that occur when working offshore are even covered by the Jones Act. The fact is that this statute can cover offshore injuries that result from situations such as faulty equipment, poor maintenance of equipment, improper training of crew members and more.
While the Jones Act was originally passed to protect merchant marines, it now applies to many different workers within the maritime industry. If you were injured while working offshore and are not sure if the Jones Act will apply to your case, contact Jim S Gates here at Morrow, Gates and Morrow today at (337) 942-6529. JIm will provide you with a free case evaluation and have the experience to guide you through the entire legal process to obtain the compensation you deserve.
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