North Carolina Maritime Injury Lawyers
Helping Offshore Workers & Their Families
Maritime workers work in an inherently dangerous environment. Out on the water, on a vessel or offshore rig, surrounded by heavy machinery and tools that require specialized training and safety protocols to prevent serious injuries, every task must be carried out with reasonable care. When maritime employers are negligent and cut corners in attempts to boost profits, workers are placed at undue risk.
At Crumley Roberts, we represent workers and their families in claims involving maritime injuries, accidents, and wrongful deaths. The results of an offshore accident or maritime injury can be catastrophic. Representing offshore and maritime workers in North Carolina and South Carolina, our maritime injury lawyers can help protect your interests while pursuing compensation to help with medical bills, ongoing treatment, lost earnings, future loss of earnings, emotional trauma, and possibly more.
We are here to help you through life’s most difficult moments.
Types of Maritime Accidents & Injuries
Maritime workers may be injured in accidents or as a result of the physical nature of their jobs, such as repetitive strain injuries. Our firm takes on all types of offshore and maritime injury claims, including:
- Falls overboard
- Slip and fall accidents on deck
- Exposure to hazardous chemicals
- Asphyxiation in enclosed spaces
- Chemical burns
- Fires and explosions
- Back, neck, hip, and leg injuries
- Fishing accidents and injuries
- Dock and pier accidents
- Drug and alcohol-related accidents
- Maritime worker deaths
These injuries may occur on offshore oil rigs, cruise ships, commercial fishing boats, tugboats, oil tankers, or cargo vessels. No matter the circumstances surrounding your accident, we are prepared to offer helpful guidance. Our lawyers and support staff take your concerns to heart so we can truly address your concerns and seek the best possible result in your maritime injury claim.
For more information about maritime injuries and your rights, please call Crumley Roberts at (866) 691-0607.