Houston Longshore Workers' Compensation Lawyer Assisting Clients Nationwide

Have you or a loved one suffered a serious or catastrophic injury or illness while working on a vessel or other floating movable structure?

Your accident injury may fall under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act or Jones Act. The Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act covers maritime workers who are not eligible for protection under the Jones Act because they do not meet the definition of "seamen." For example, workers who help build or load and unload boats or ships are not considered Jones Act "seamen."

Your serious longshore worker accident injury demands immediate attention from a doctor and a lawyer who can help you recoup injury expenses. Call the Barnes Law Firm, Ltd. LLP, at 800-494-1514 toll free or local 713-234-1620 or email our Houston law offices. Your initial consultation is free of charge. If your injury prevents you from traveling, we can come to you.

Assistance for All Maritime Workers Across the Nation

For quality Longshore Act, Jones Act, Defense Base Act and maritime legal representation in Texas and across the country, the Houston attorney you should speak to is Thomas Barnes, founder of the Barnes Law Firm.

Thomas Barnes can investigate to determine whether your injury warrants a Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act or Jones Act claim. For 20 years, he has helped longshore and harbor workers to maximize their benefits and obtain compensation for their injuries.

The Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act provides medical care and income benefits to injured workers. If an injured longshoreman is unable to work because of his or her injury, temporary disability benefits are paid monthly, amounting to two-thirds of his or her average weekly wages at the time of the injury. A qualified injured employee also has the right to choose his or own treating doctor.

Assisting With Longshore Claims Across the Country for Decades

Thomas Barnes uses his more than 20 years of experience, proven legal skills and keen client commitment to represent your rights, so you can maximize your recovery under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act. As with all injury cases, a lawsuit or claim must be filed before the applicable expiration date in order to preserve your claim and not waive your rights.

Attorney fees are paid directly by the insurance company, not out of the client's recovery. If we are not successful in a recovery in your case, we absorb all costs and charge no fee.

Do not suffer your painful work injury in silence. Act now to protect your rights. Contact the Barnes Law Firm. Arrange your free initial consultation with Houston longshore workers' compensation attorney by calling toll free right now: 800-494-1514 or local 713-234-1620. Se habla español.