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The Turley & Mara Law Firm, APLC

Who is liable if a crewmember is injured while at work?

Generally The Employer 

A person injured while employed while on a vessel on navigable waters should be covered by Federal Maritime Law.  If you qualify as a Seaman (click here for free information on Seaman Status); your employer is generally liable for injuries or the wrongful death of an employee.

The Turley & Mara Law Firm, APLC has been handling Seaman Cases since 1987.  We handle the following cases:

barge crew accidents
barge accidents
floating crane crew accidents
drilling rig accidents
offshore accidents
supply boat crew member accidents
supply boat accidents
crew boat accidents

Jones Act Attorney Injured Seaman Lawyer

“We give you answers to your Jones Act Case questions in simple, easy to understand English, that everyone can understand. No legal mumbo-jumbo, lawyer talk.” -Bill Turley

My Best Advice

The one thing I advise  anyone handling their Jones Act Case, is to always tell the truth. Always. No matter what. Do not beat around the bush or sugarcoat anything. You have to be truthful about everything dealing with your case.

If you are not honest, The judge will dismiss your case. Trust me on it. I have seen it many times. 

My Second Best Advice

Order my free book, Win your injury Case: The Ultimate No B.S. Guide To Avoiding Insurance Company Tricks That Ruin Your Case [even before you hire a lawyer].

This is the best free advice out there on handling the Jones Act. Trust me. This book is full of helpful information to help you and your family win your Jones Act Case.

William Turley
“When I seek out professional advice, I don’t want B.S., I want it straight up. I figure you do also.”

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