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The statute of limitations for filing for compensation under the LHWCA is short. Please call the Law Offices of L.CLAYTON BURGESS today to discuss your claim.
Insurance companies will often fight to pay the least amounts to injured workers. The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess are aggressive. We fight when handling our client’s insurance claims. We seek justice and compensation for our clients.
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Failure to hire qualified harbor workers is a breech of Maritime Law. Don’t Delay, Call the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess.
Defined as individuals who work a majority of their time on or for a vessel, seamen can be:
As well as other adjoining areas used by an employer in:
Passengers injured on a boat or cruise ship may sue the owner. The owner needs notification within a specified time. Typically, a claim must be within a year of the incident. It is important to consult an attorney if you are a passenger injured at sea.
No matter who you are, you can afford legal representation!
Vessels or equipment that are defective or unfit are considered “unseaworthy.” Examples can include: