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Fighting For Injured Maritime Workers On The Gulf Coast

Working as a maritime employee, harbor worker or in another marine-related industry places you in danger every day. Heavy machinery and unstable conditions create a hazardous work environment that requires extreme caution and a high standard of safety by both workers and employers. Injuries suffered at ports, on tugs and barges, production platforms, semisubmersibles and jack-up rigs can be catastrophic, changing lives forever.

For 25 years, Jack Todd Ivey of Ivey Law Firm, P.C., in Houston, has been a nationally recognized personal injury lawyer with extensive experience in marine-related injuries. If you are injured working in the commercial maritime industry, we can help. Likewise, we handle cases under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), including military base-related injuries.

Invested In The Well-being Of Injured Workers

Our commitment to maritime law is steadfast. 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 suffer the loss of property and economic opportunity due to damage to your commercial/fishing vessel, we can help.

Attorney 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.

If you are injured on a U.S. military base, either here at home or abroad, your rights are protected by same laws designed to protect workers in our ports. The process of obtaining the benefits you deserve can be complex and challenging. Jack Todd Ivey has the skill and experience to present your injury claims to administrative law judges of the U.S. Department of Labor, who oversee these cases, improving your chances of a successful outcome.

Contact A Knowledgeable Advocate

Jack Todd Ivey knows how devastating an injury can be for a maritime employee. You can call 713-225-0015 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Let us assist you in obtaining the help you need.