Mobile Boating Accident Lawyer

Recovery for Offshore Injury and Boating Accidents

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Certain accident occurring offshore are regulated by federal injury laws. If you or someone you love has been injured in a boating accident, oil rig, or other offshore incident, it is important to work with an experienced injury attorney who can handle complex claims arising under the Jones Act, unseaworthiness and general maritime law. I am James J. Dailey, P.C., a Mobile, Alabama, based attorney with extensive experience in the investigation and pursuit of claims involving offshore accidents and injuries.

Serious Injuries and Boating Accidents

If you are a seaman or other worker who was involved in an offshore accident, you may be entitled to significant compensation for your injuries and losses. As your lawyer, I will take an informed and strategic approach to collect and preserve all evidence, including expert opinions, witness statements, accident reports, police reports, medical evidence and private company records. It is important to act quickly to protect your rights, relevant evidence, as well as your rights to recovery.

I am a Mobile boating accident attorney with experience in cases involving:

  • Maritime injuries
  • Offshore accidents
  • Offshore oil rig injuries and accidents
  • Explosions
  • Jones Act
  • Unseaworthiness Act
  • Maintenance issues
  • Seaman injuries
  • Wrongful death
  • Serious boating accidents

Over 22 Years of Experience and Trusted Advocacy

As a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and having actual experience serving on merchant and naval vessels, I recognize the dangers faced by maritime workers on a daily basis. If you are injured while working in the maritime field, you may have certain rights. Some of those rights are as follows: the Jones Act entitles a seaman to maintain an action for injuries arising out of negligent acts; claims of unseaworthiness entitle a seaman to maintain an action when a vessel, its equipment, etc. is not reasonably fit for its intended use; general maritime law entitles certain people to maintain a negligence action, product liability action, etc. for maritime injuries; maintenance and cure entitles a seaman to have medical bills paid and certain daily expenses paid until a physician declares the seaman reaches maximum medical improvement; wrongful death is a complex area of relief that provides a cause of action for a person killed due to the wrongful act of another in a maritime setting.

FREE CONSULTATIONS • NO FEE GUARANTEE • Available 24/7 for phone calls • Home, hospital and jail visits upon request • Call 251-604-9524 to speak directly with a marine and boating injury attorney in Gulf Shores or contact me by e-mail at your convenience • Act now to protect your rights and successfully pursue the recovery you deserve