Maritime Injuries Our Attorneys Can Stand Up for You

Maritime Injury Lawyer in North Carolina

We’re 30 Years Strong, and We’re Just Getting Started

Working offshore can be extremely grueling, both mentally and physically. The dangerous, sometimes life-threatening risk of working on a vessel or offshore rig turns many able-bodied folks away from the grueling work. However, several workers remain in the industry, trusting their employers to provide them with the equipment and gear necessary to perform their job safely. If an employer cuts corners or fails to secure the appropriate tools and machines, it can lead to a serious explosion, crash, or other accident.

If you were harmed in a maritime accident, our team wants to hear from you. We understand how difficult it is to deal with the aftermath of a workplace accident, and between medical bills, loss of wages, and the pain of recovery, you might feel stretched thin. At Crumley Roberts, our goal is to take the burden from your shoulders and provide you with the counsel and guidance you need. We have more than 30 years of experience representing the wrongfully injured, and we truly care about helping out clients get back on their feet.

However complex your case may seem, our team can work with you to assess the circumstances of your incident, determine liability, and create a legal plan of action to pursue justice and compensation on your behalf. We take maritime accident claims seriously, and we’re here to Stand Up For You.

Contact our maritime injury attorneys in North Carolina to schedule a free consultation, today.

Maritime Accidents & Causes

Working on a rig or vessel can be dangerous, which is why employers are responsible for providing their workers with the appropriate training, safety equipment, and tools to perform their job safely. If an employer, manager, owner, or other liable party fails to do this, they could be liable for any resulting injuries.

Maritime accidents can involve any of the following workers:

  • Fishing boat workers
  • Dockworkers
  • Oil rig workers
  • Seamen
  • Longshoremen
  • Ship members
  • Shipbuilders

Taking Action After a Serious Injury

If you were harmed in a maritime accident, you need to work with an attorney who has a thorough understanding of The Jones Act. This Act is a federal law that enables injured maritime workers to secure damages for injuries that occur on the job. Also referred to as the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, this law can help support your claim and enable our attorneys to secure maximum compensation on your behalf.

Maritime injuries can be extremely serious due to the nature of the work, which is why pursuing damages is so crucial to help you get back on your feet. Whether you suffered serious head injuries, burns, broken bones, spinal injuries, amputation injuries, chemical exposure, or other damages, we’re here to help you obtain what’s rightfully yours.

Choose Crumley Roberts

Our zealous attorneys know how difficult it is to recover from a severe injury, and we also see how those types of incidents have a significant impact on the families of the injured workers. If you were harmed, our firm is here to protect your interests and secure a positive outcome for your case, and we’ll do so in a way that supports your recovery and your family as much as possible. We care deeply about our clients and we want to do what’s right to hold the negligent parties responsible for their wrongdoing.

If you have a case, we’re here to help you take action. Call (866) 691-0607 today to speak with our experienced maritime injury attorneys.

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