Lake Charles Maritime Accident Lawyers
Assisting Injured Maritime Workers & Their Families
At Hinch & Associates PLC, we believe that no one should have to suffer a catastrophic or even fatal injury while on the job. Unfortunately, for those in dangerous industries, including the maritime industry, this is an all-too-real threat.
If you were injured or if someone you loved was killed while working onboard a vessel or otherwise under maritime law, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your damages. Our Lake Charles maritime accident lawyers can help you fight for your right to a fair recovery.
Types of Maritime Cases We Handle
Maritime law is a complex practice; if you or someone you care about was injured on the job, you need an experienced and knowledgeable maritime accident attorney who can help you fully understand all of your legal rights and options.
At Hinch & Associates PLC, we are well-versed in a wide range of maritime accident and injury laws and cases, including claims involving the following:
- Offshore oilrig accidents
- Longshore worker accidents
- Claims under the Jones Act
- Accidents aboard all types of commercial vessels
- Cruise ship accidents
- Ferry accidents
- Shipyard accidents
Note that this list is not exhaustive; if you were injured offshore or while working in the maritime industry in any capacity, reach out to our Lake Charles maritime accident lawyers for a free consultation. We can help you pursue the fair financial recovery you are owed.
No Recovery, No Fee
At Hinch & Associates PLC, we understand the heavy financial burden an unexpected accident can place on both you and your family. If you suffered injuries that left you facing massive medical bills and unable to work, you are likely wondering how you will be able to afford medical treatment and continue caring for yourself and your family.
Our firm can help you seek recovery for your damages, including medical expenses, lost wages/income, disability, pain and suffering, and more. We offer all our legal services on a contingency fee basis, meaning there are no fees for you unless/until we are successful in recovering compensation in your case.