If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a maritime or offshore accident, you should not hesitate to contact the professionals from Arnold & Itkin LLP as soon as possible. At our firm, we are uniquely qualified to help hurt offshore workers—and we have been doing just that for years. In fact, when the Deepwater Horizon tragedy occurred in 2010, 27 of the crewmembers turned to our firm for assistance. Our attorneys represented more of the men and women on the rig than any other lawyer in the nation—helping to successfully resolve their cases.
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At Arnold & Itkin LLP, we are not afraid to take on the complex maritime law and Jones Act cases. From handling cases that involve the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act to helping the victims of maritime piracy, our Philadelphia offshore injury lawyers can help in a wide variety of case types.
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Located near the navigable end of the Delaware River, the Port of Philadelphia falls within Philadelphia’s municipal boundaries. It contained several marine terminals—each with their own separate capability. For example, there is the Tioga Marine Terminal which handles the fruit business of Chile, as well as containers, breakbulk cargo, and steel. There is also the Packer Marine Terminal which handles containers, frozen meat, fruit, and more.
The other piers handle everything from cocoa products to newsprint to lumber.
In 2007, the Port of Philadelphia was ranked as the 23rd-busiest port by container volume in the entire country. In that year, the port handled more than 167,000 TEU; this was compared to the Port of Los Angeles that handled more than 5,496,000 TEU. That same year, the port ranked 24th in terms of cargo tonnage—handling over 35.1 million tons of cargo; the port of South Louisiana came in first having handled 229 million tons.
Some other facts regarding the Port of Philadelphia include:
To learn more, visit the Philadelphia Regional Port authority online at www.philaport.com.
If you or someone you love was injured either at the Port of Philadelphia or off the Philadelphia coastline, you should not hesitate to contact our Philadelphia offshore injury firm as soon as possible. We have years of experience that can be put to work for you. To discuss the specifics of your case and to learn more about all of your legal options, you should not hesitate to fill out our online form to request a free, confidential consultation.
You can also get in touch with our law firm by giving us a call today at (888) 346-5024.
Arnold & Itkin represented nearly a third of the crewmembers injured in the Deepwater Horizon explosion.
Because maritime law is so complex and so complicated, it is crucial that you work with an attorney who has an in-depth understanding of how it works and who has proven themselves in similar cases before.