Port of West Calhoun Accident Lawyers

Fighting for Injured Maritime Workers Nationwide

The Port of West Calhoun lies on the bustling maritime network along the Gulf Coast. A hub for industrial and commercial activity, this port is connected to the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway via the Victoria Barge Canal, establishing a crucial link for the transportation of goods and materials. 

The Port of West Calhoun stands out for its role in the shipping industry, particularly for the transportation of industrial products and chemicals through bulk carrier barges. These barges, essential for moving products in large quantities at a low cost, navigate the 1,300-mile Gulf Intracoastal Waterway that extends from Brownsville, Texas, to Saint Marks, Florida. Engineers designed this waterway to maintain a controllable depth, ensuring the safe passage of barges.

Beyond its industrial prowess, the Port of West Calhoun is a beacon for the commercial seafood industry. Its facilities support local shrimping and fishing activities, marking it as a vital center for seafood production in the region. The port's involvement in oil and gas exploration further supports its importance to the area's economic landscape. Additionally, the availability of land at the Port of West Calhoun presents a unique opportunity for the development of industrial and commercial properties, inviting inquiries from those looking to invest in this dynamic port.

Various workers are present at the Port of West Calhoun on a regular basis, including:

Arnold & Itkin is prepared to take on the cases of any one of these types of workers if they were injured while performing their duties. If you find yourself at the Port of West Calhoun on a regular basis and you become injured, consider contacting our firm. Our knowledge of this location makes us ideally equipped for claims involving the port.

About Calhoun County, Texas

Calhoun County is located in South Texas, with Port Lavaca being the county seat. It is incorporated into the larger statistical area of Victoria. The town itself was named for John Caldwell Calhoun, who was the seventh vice president of the U.S. The last census put the population of Calhoun at around 21,000. This is definitely a port county—about 50% of the square mileage of Calhoun is made up of water.

Calhoun County is perfect for a port due to the major highways that run through it. The U.S. Highway 87 and State Highways 35 and 185 make it ideal for truck transportation. If you are a resident of Calhoun County and work in the Port of West Calhoun, as many do, know that you have a legal advocate on your side in the event of injury.

Talk to a Port of West Calhoun Maritime Attorney

If you were injured while working at or near the Port of West Calhoun, seek the representation of a Texas maritime attorney at our firm. Arnold & Itkin is passionate about fighting for the rights of those who have been injured while working in the maritime industry. Many offshore injuries come by way of negligence and are not simply “accidents.” We believe in holding maritime companies accountable for failing to put safety first, and we can help you seek fair compensation for your medical treatment, ongoing care, lost earnings, pain and suffering, and possibly more.

To learn more about how our firm can fight for you, contact our Port of West Calhoun accident attorneys at (888) 346-5024 today!

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