Protecting Maritime Injured
Workers and Their Families
If you are a roustabout or deckhand on Louisiana inland waterways, or in the Gulf of Mexico, and have been seriously injured, it is important to speak with experienced Louisiana maritime lawyers of Gordon, Elias & Seely, L.L.P. to learn what your options are. In Baton Rouge, you can contact one of our Baton Rouge maritime attorneys for help or to get answers to your questions. If you live in Mississippi, yet work as seaman from any of the many coastal or inland Louisiana ports, you may prefer to speak with Mississippi maritime attorneys.
Also known as Admiralty Law, is a pecific branch of the law that deals with maritime activities. The complex nature of this branch of law, makes it imperative that you select Louisiana maritime attorneys who have the expertise of litigating maritime cases, rather than just hiring a personal injury lawyer.
Home to one of the largest and busiest ports in the world, New Orleans with its crucial transportation hub and distribution center for waterborne commerce is the center of a robust maritime industry. Although the law office of Gordon, Elias & Seely, LLP has a national scope, their New Orleans maritime lawyers have built an effective law practice in the city that addresses the needs of Louisiana maritime workers.
Contact our office at 800-773-6770 and speak with one of our New Orleans maritime attorneys or fill out our contact form.
The attorneys at Gordon and Elias, LLP will use their knowledge and experience to help you obtain compensation for your Maritime or Offshore injuries.
By submitting the contact form on this website, you will be put in direct contact with an experienced Louisiana Jones Act injury lawyer who is knowledgeable in cases involving Louisiana Maritime injuries and Offshore injuries, and who will promptly respond to your inquiry. When your case is reviewed by one of our Louisiana Maritime injury attorneys, immediate action will be commenced if your Maritime injury or Offshore injury case is taken.
Profit Pollution and Deception BP and the Oil Spill: Published on Nov 1, 2013
The Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, referred to as the BP oil spill, the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and the Macondo blowout, began on 20 April 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico.
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From Lake Charles to Lake Pontchartrain, our lawyers put decades of combined legal experience and extensive resources to work for clients pursuing compensation for their injuries under the Jones Act.
On April 20, 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico, an explosion occurred on the Transocean semi-submersible offshore drilling rig, Deepwater Horizon. Resulting in 11 deaths and a massive oil spill it was a complete catastrophe.
I was injured on the job. I called a bunch of lawyers but nobody wanted my case. All the lawyers I talked to told me it was all my fault. Then I called Todd Elias. He listened to the facts and took my case. In less than 14 months, Todd settled my case for more than $1.5 Million Dollars Plus, Todd helped me put some of the money into a structured settlement that guarantees me a payout every month...”