Offshore InjuryBlog

Arnold & Itkin Files Suit on Behalf of Injured Seaman

Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, and another attorney from Arnold & Itkin have recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of an injured offshore worker. The plaintiff was employed by Hercules Offshore and sustained injures on the job after falling from 10 feet high. The seaman was working on the deck when we was caught up in the tagline, the crane operator then lifted him up causing him to hang in the air for many minutes. Eventually the tagline broke, and he crashed onto the deck surface injuring both his back and his knee as a result. Wanting to seek compensation for his injuries, he contacted maritime attorneys at our firm to represent his rights after being wrongfully injured. The case was filed in Harris County, Texas.

Offshore accidents and injuries are a common occurrence as this is considered to be among some of the more dangerous professions in the world. For this very reason, our firm is committed to offering our services to help those who have been wrongfully injured while working offshore. Our firm is comprised of numerous highly qualified legal professionals who are ready and willing to help you maximize the recovery you deserve after your injury. We understand the pain and suffering you are likely experiencing, and while we can never undo the hardship you have experienced we can come alongside you and fight for the monetary compensation that is rightfully yours.

Over the last three years our firm has had the honor of helping numerous clients recover the compensation they deserve, totaling over $500 million in both settlements and verdicts. If you or a loved one has recently been a victim of an offshore injury, do not hesitate in contacting our firm for the legal representation you deserve. We will do whatever it takes to help you, contact us today for more information!

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