Suit Filed on Behalf of Injured Jack-Up Rig Worker

While performing his duties aboard a jack-up rig off of the Louisiana coast, a Jones Act seaman sustained serious injuries to his neck and back. The plaintiff has filed a claim in Harris County, Texas with legal assistance from Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, and another attorney from Arnold & Itkin. According to reports, the injuries were sustained as a result of a lowly hanging light fixture in a stairwell. Fortunately, the team of attorneys has a firm understanding of maritime law in relation to offshore injury and accident cases that they use for the benefit of injured seamen. They will be able to provide this injury victim with the legal and professional representation that he deserves.

If you have suffered any type of injury, including a head injury, back injury, spinal cord injury, broken bones, or burns, do not wait to speak with a Houston personal injury lawyer at Arnold & Itkin LLP. The legal team is well-known throughout the community for their outstanding efforts and effective strategies when approaching an injury claim. Having dedicated their professional careers to aiding victims of wrongful injuries and illness, they are able to litigate on the behalf of their clients to obtain the settlement or verdict that they need. The team has recovered over $250 million in favorable outcomes in the year 2011 alone, and they continue to help clients throughout the community today. For a free consultation with this firm, contact an offshore injury lawyer at their office today.


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