Offshore InjuryBlog

Arnold & Itkin Maritime Lawyers File for Injured Rigger

The maritime lawyers at Arnold & Itkin LLP filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Louisiana rigger who was injured on the job. The client was involved in a bad accident in which he injured his neck. The rigger was employed on an ice-breaking ship called the NORDICA. While the ship was off the coast of Louisiana, the worker was moving a heavy crane cable but did not have the proper assistance. This lack of assistance resulted in the worker to severely herniate discs in his neck. This case was filed in Houston, Texas against two defendants: Shell Oil and Arctia Offshore (the owner and operator of the NORDICA). The team at Arnold & Itkin is proud to represent this injured rigger and will fight to see that he gets maximum financial compensation for his injuries. If you were injured in a similar type of offshore accident, please contact a maritime injury lawyer from the firm today.

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