West Calcasieu Port Injury Lawyers
$20+ Billion Won for the Injured
Located in Sulphur, Louisiana, West Calcasieu Port sees many maritime workers pass through. West Calcasieu Port was founded in 1964 and sprawls across 190 acres on the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, a strategic location for industry. A five-member board governs the port.
The port is primarily used for barge fleeting, but it has additional facilities available for lease by offshore companies. Arnold & Itkin is familiar with each Louisiana port—including its dangers and history—so we know how best to advocate for workers who have been injured there. Whether you are a longshoreman, a seaman, or do any kind of maritime work, you can get help from an experienced Louisiana maritime attorney at our firm. Our nationally renowned firm has recovered more than $20 billion for plaintiffs in verdicts and settlements.
Sulphur Mines in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana
Calcasieu Parish contains 192,768 people. The parish name actually comes from an Atakapa Indian word meaning “crying eagle.” Sulphur is located in southwestern Louisiana with a population of about 22,000. The city of Sulphur is named for the sulfur mines found there. The sulfur was discovered by a German immigrant in the 1900s, and he subsequently became famous for his method of excavation. The city itself lies on Interstate 10, which is strategic for West Calcasieu Port transportation purposes. It’s less than an hour’s drive from the Texas border.
Injured at West Calcasieu Port? Call Our Firm.
If you have been injured while working at or near West Calcasieu Port in Louisiana, call Arnold & Itkin. Our firm has experienced maritime attorneys with proven results in virtually every area of maritime law. We understand the hazards our clients face in their day-to-day work, so we can build the legal strategies they need to recover.
You might not know how your fall accident, floating platform accident, or engine room accident was caused by negligence, but that’s what attorneys at our firm can help you figure out. If you want more information on how you can get help after an injury, call our firm for a free consultation. We can discuss your legal options, whether you are covered by the Jones Act or fall under some other type of maritime worker category.
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