Many injuries on vessels and boats cause catastrophic injuries that change a victim's life forever. At Martzell & Bickford, we have been representing victims of serious injuries in maritime/seamen cases for more than 30 years. We have represented employees who have suffered from all types of injuries, ranging from toxic exposure such as asbestos to brain and spinal cord injuries. We are widely recognized for our legal abilities and are ready to help you.
Boat accidents that occur on the job can be very traumatizing for the victim to deal with. The lawyers at Martzell & Bickford will provide the assertive, compassionate representation you are seeking. Contact us at 504-662-1230 or 800-672-0104 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.
Experienced Louisiana Admiralty Law Attorneys
Employees are often unaware of their rights in the event of an accident. At Martzell & Bickford, we have in-depth knowledge of maritime law and will take time to explain what the legal issues in your case are.
Over the years our New Orleans maritime injury attorneys have handled cases involving injuries on small boats, vessels and other watercraft. More notably, we have handled high-profile cases throughout Louisiana and have a successful track record obtaining settlements and verdicts for our clients. Some examples of cases we have handled in the past include:
- M/T Frosta disaster
- P&E boat rental collision
- Freeport fishermen toxic exposure case
- Conoco fisherman gas fire case
- Case involving a diver injury on McDermott Lay Barge
- A deckhand injured on the Tombigbee Waterway
- Asbestos-related malignancy cases
- Mississippi River oil spill
Contact Our Team — Committed To Helping Injured Seamen
Please contact the lawyers at Martzell & Bickford to schedule a free initial consultation. You can also reach us by phone at 504-662-1230 or toll free at 800-672-0104. We are here to help and get you through the challenges associated with an injury or complicated legal issue. Off-site appointments are available to those who are too injured to come into our office. We are conveniently located in the Warehouse District.