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Facts About Port Freeport

This port is arguably one of the most accessible ports in the Gulf Coast region. With a channel that is 400 feet wide and 45 feet deep, Port Freeport is ideal for large ships. Although this port already has an abundance of property, it still has more than 7500 available acres of land for businesses who want to develop industry there. This port also has immediate access to waterways, highways and railways which is essential for any port that wants to be a major hub for transportation. Port Freeport encourages businesses to enquire about making the port their home because they are concerned about the needs of the economy at large as well as the needs of individual companies.

Abnormally Low Levels of Insurance Claims

Port Freeport also boasts insurance claims that are well below the average for Texas ports. This is important, considering that the maritime industry is highly dangerous, with accidents occurring often. Although accident insurance claims are lower at this port, Arnold & Itkin is fully aware that this does not mean it is non-existent. If you were injured while working at Port Freeport—because we know injuries do happen here—you need to contact our firm for help filing a claim. What is extremely important to remember about this port though is the fact that they are dedicated to creating job opportunities for those who live in Freeport and areas throughout Brazoria County.

The port also acts as a foreign trade zone, much like the Port of Brownsville, because of its access to Mexico. Port Freeport is distinguished by their commitment to environmental safety and policy. Although industrial operations are often extremely harmful to the environment, this port takes extra measures to ensure that the environment and the people residing in that area are not harmed by operations. The commissioners for Freeport have taken it upon themselves to make this not only a place of industry, but an organization that promotes community.

About Freeport, Texas

Port Freeport is located in Freeport, in Brazoria County in Southeast Texas. This particular city runs on the Port of Freeport. Without it, the economy would not be as stable as it is today. Chemical plants are also associated with the port and this city, as it is the home of the large firm Dow Chemical Company. Of the 13 square miles of the city, 10% of it is water. Although the industry that sustains Freeport revolves around the chemical and port industries, tourism is also a significant contributor to the health of the local economy.

Freeport is close to beaches such as Surfside Beach and Quintana Beach. Greater Brazoria County has a rich Texas history, as it contains the town that was once the capital of the Republic of Texas. Most Texans are fully aware that their beloved state used to be its own sovereign nation from the years 1836 to 1846, with Velasco as its capital. The county is named for the nearby Brazos River; in addition, it is the home of former presidential candidate Ron Paul.

Help from a Maritime Lawyer at Arnold & Itkin

If you become injured while working at Port Freeport, please know that you can contact a Port Freeport Texas maritime attorney from our firm. Although this port is committed to safety and excellence, accidents can still happen. The port authority can only do so much to ensure safety to the tenants. Tenants are made up of various companies that all have different standards that they hold to. In the event that you are injured while working offshore at this port or become injured while working at an industrial site at this port, we can help you.

We have skilled maritime attorneys who can evaluate your case and determine if your injuries were caused by negligence. You may have been injured by toxic exposure or by an equipment failure or any number of other incidences. No two offshore accidents are the same, which is why we are prepared to handle any one of them. The truth is that you are entitled to seek legal help, and attorneys at our firm are willing to provide it. We want to speak with you if you have been wrongfully injured while performing your duties, so get in touch with us today.

At Arnold & Itkin, we care about the rights of injured offshore workers. For more information, contact a Port Freeport maritime attorney from our firm.

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