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Baton Rouge Maritime Law Firm Offers Twenty Years Of Experience

Williamson, Fontenot, Campbell & Whittington is a Baton Rouge maritime law firm which can claim more than twenty years of experience in the maritime law industry in Louisiana.

Trust The Experience of WFCW

At WFCW, they take the concerns of clients seriously and fully explore legal issues before suggesting a course of action. This means that the client has the full spectrum of information before a decision is made. WFCW has handled a range of maritime law issues for years and is prepared to take on more cases.

Offshore Injuries Attorneys

WFCW has seen how common offshore injuries are. Our maritime lawyers specialize in helping people who have been in offshore accidents. The Louisiana industry thrives on offshore workers and companies, it is unfair that so often these hard working people suffer from injuries for which they are never fairly compensated. WFCW’s offshore injuries attorneys will work to get you the compensation you deserve.

Jones Act Claims

Seamen at all kinds of companies are protected by the Jones Act and General Maritime Law. All members of a crew are covered by the Jones Act. This includes the galley cook, the deckhand and the engineer. You have the right to recover damages for injury caused by the unseaworthiness of the vessel, damages for negligence in the course of the job, and the right to recover maintenance, cure, and wages.

If you think you might have a Jones Act Claim to make, contact us as soon as possible. Let us help you in your pursuit of Jones Act Claims. Or, if you’re unsure, ask us!

Contact A Baton Rouge Maritime Law Firm

If you think you may have a legal complaint or claim to make in regards to any maritime law, WFCW can help. We’d be interested in talking with you about the details of what happened and to determine if you have legal recourse. Contact WFCW by form or phone at 225-383-4010.


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