Personal Injury Help and Resources for Texas Accidents

We regularly post articles focusing on Texas personal injury rights and recovery options. If you’ve recently been injured in a car collision, construction accident, or other catastrophic mishap, come see the advice we have to offer to get you back on your feet.

Cruise Ship Worker Injuries

Cruise Ship Crew Members: On-the-Job Risks and Options for Work-Related Injuries When you take a job—any job, anywhere—you expect the working environment to be safe. Unfortunately, as many cruise ship workers can attest, this expectation isn’t always fulfilled. Although sailing…

Defense Base Act: Injury Coverage for Workers Abroad

Coverage, Eligibility, and Recovery Options of the Defense Base Act As a nation, we take pride in our government and military’s ability to defend our freedoms and rights, both in this country and abroad. However, in certain situations, the U.S….

Maintenance and Cure: The Maritime Benefits You Need to Know

Maintenance Benefits and Cure Compensation: Your Relief After a Maritime Injury Maritime work offers a rewarding yet often hazardous career opportunity for many men and women in Texas. In addition to the inherent dangers of an offshore work environment, maritime…

Environmental Exposure Injuries Common in Maritime Work

The Exposure Risks From Maritime Chemicals and Toxic Materials According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, hazardous chemicals include any chemical, asphyxiant, combustible dust, pyrophoric gas, or hazard which can cause physical damage or health concerns when exposed to…

Maritime Collision Statistics, Causes, and Legal Claims

You Were Hurt When Two Vessels Collided—Here’s What Happens Next Ever since the days of Columbus, Magellan, and Sir Francis Drake, traveling the oceans has been an extremely dangerous endeavor. There are countless ways that living on a vessel can…

Maritime Helicopter Transport Risks and Rescues

Chopper Crash Causes and Risks in the Maritime Industry You may not realize this, but helicopters are essential to maritime work. These flying transports keep things moving and are commonly used to shuttle supplies, resources, and manpower from shore to…

Diving Into Danger: Maritime Diver Risks and Injury Claims

An In-Depth Account of Potential Injuries Sustained by Maritime Divers One type of maritime employee who is often overlooked is the maritime diver. These brave men and women risk their lives on a daily basis to service boats and oil…

Head and Brain Injuries in Maritime Settings

Ahead of the Game: Common Maritime Brain and Head There’s really no other way to say it: maritime work is dangerous. Whether you work on a freighter, barge, tanker, supply ship, or tugboat, there’s always the possibility for a maritime…

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