Louisiana Maritime Accident Lawyer

Louisiana Maritime Accident Lawyer

Injured During A Louisiana Maritime Accident?

Our Louisiana Maritime Accidents Attorneys Can Help

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New Orleans ∙ Houma ∙ Jena ∙ Lafayette

Louisiana has a substantial number of maritime workers employed in shipping, dredging, maintenance and the oil and gas industry. The Houston law firm of Stevenson & Murray offers practical legal advice, individualized attention. We also offer highly capable representation to Louisiana maritime accident victims. We then seek full and fair compensation for serious injuries or the loss of a loved one.

Experienced Representation in Louisiana Maritime Accidents

The law firm offers comprehensive service across a full range of Louisiana maritime accident cases, including:

If you want to get a real recovery after a serious or fatal Louisiana maritime accident, then you must act quickly. You must take immediate steps to ensure to follow proper procedures. This then prevents shipping, petrochemical or insurance companies from unfairly denying benefits and compensation. The capable and highly experienced lawyers of Stevenson & Murray can act quickly to protect your rights and advocate your interests. Consequently, it is critical to act quickly to preserve evidence, gain witness statements, and act within statutory guidelines.

Contact Stevenson & Murray

If you were injured on a vessel operating in the Gulf of Mexico, the Intracoastal Waterway, the Mississippi River, or any of Louisiana’s bayous, inland or coastal waters, then contact us. The maritime accident and personal injury trial attorneys of Stevenson & Murray could help you seek the compensation you need.

We invite you to call our offices toll free in Houston, Texas, at (866) 806-8538. We offer a free, confidential consultation. You may also email us now for prompt and honest answers to your questions or to schedule an appointment.


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