For 25 years, Jack Todd Ivey has been a nationally recognized personal injury lawyer with extensive experience in marine related injuries. If you are injured working at a port, on a tug or barge, on a production platform, semi-submersible, or jackup rig, we can help. Likewise, we handle cases under the Longshore & Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act (LHWCA), including military base related injuries.
Our commitment to maritime law is steadfast. Jack Todd Ivey is a member of the renowned Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute, and is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. We handle cases all along the Gulf Coast including injuries related to the fishing and shrimping industries. If you are hurt on a vessel, or suffered loss of property and economic opportunity due to damage to your commercial/fishing vessel, we can help.
Due to our deep commitment to maritime law and claims under the LHWCA, should you be injured on a U.S. military base, either here at home or abroad, your rights are protected by same lawyers designed to protect persons working in our ports. These claims are presented to Administrative Law Judges of the U.S. Department of Labor and require lawyers skilled in these specific areas. Jack Todd Ivey can help you with these claims and has the needed experience to present these claims successfully to the Office of Administrative Law Judges.