Injured in the Port of Montgomery?
Attorneys Handling Jones Act & Offshore Injury Claims
If you were injured while working at the Port of Montgomery or while on a vessel that traveled through this port, one of the first steps you should take after you receive medical care is to contact a qualified attorney. An Alabama maritime lawyer who is experienced in representing offshore workers, seamen, harbor workers, and shipyard workers can offer knowledgeable guidance and insight regarding your individual claim.
When you work with Arnold & Itkin, you will have the backing of a firm that has built a hard-earned reputation for success in this complex field. Our attorneys understand that any type of offshore injury, from a back injury to severe burns, can have a traumatic impact on a worker’s life. We handle claims involving the Jones Act, Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act, Death on the High Seas Act, and general maritime laws.
Why trust your Port of Montgomery injury claim to our firm? We have:
- Won more than $20 billion for our clients
- Helped countless seamen and their families get fair compensation
- Been selected for numerous awards and accolades
- A deep understanding of maritime laws surrounding your case
One of our lawyers may be able to help you with a claim involving an accident or injury that occurred on an offshore oil platform or jack-up rig off the coast of Alabama or at the Port of Montgomery. Whether you were injured while performing job duties or due to another’s negligence, we can help determine the best legal strategy for your case.
Need legal counsel? Take the first step by telling us about your claim during a free case evaluation: (888) 346-5024.
Accidents in the Port of Montgomery
The Port of Montgomery on the Alabama River offers a nine-foot channel for barge transportation to the Gulf of Mexico through the Port of Mobile. The Alabama State Docks maintain a public dock with a 100-ton capacity inside a protected barge-turning basin. Via the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, barge transportation is available between Montgomery and the Great Lakes. The Alabama State Port Authority is responsible for managing the port.
The types of accidents that can occur in or around the port include:
- Vessel collisions
- Slip and falls
- Explosions and fires
- Falling objects
- Defective equipment or machinery
- Gangway accidents
If you’ve been injured in a similar accident or are suffering due to any other type of offshore or maritime incident, do not hesitate to reach out to our firm for counsel. We have extensive experience and insight in this area of law and can use our resources to protect your interests and your legal rights to the fullest extent.
Arnold & Itkin Can Help: Call (888) 346-5024
Choosing the right offshore injury attorney for your Jones Act claim is easy. Call Arnold & Itkin for your free consultation, and you can find out more about our legal services and the help we can provide for you and your family in your time of need. You don’t have to go through this time alone! Our seasoned legal advocates are more than prepared to assist you during this challenging and complex legal process.
Contact a Port of Montgomery injury lawyer from Arnold & Itkin today. Call (888) 346-5024 to request your free consultation.