Maritime Industry has a wide range of involvement and it was said to be to be the largest industry with rapid growing of demands to sustain the needs of the society from the different part of the world. Because of the risk from the maritime industry, the Admiralty Law or also known as the Maritime Law was passed in order to take response and action for the cases which involves the maritime workers in crisis and other maritime issues. There were several cases involving various kind of accident and personal injuries that occurred in an area where a maritime company was holding their projects. Being a responsible maritime employee you must see to it that you have fully understood the laws and legislations that protects you and your job. It would be best if you could seek advice from the expert, maritime lawyers were focus on this field, they handle cases involving Admiralty and Maritime Law, Maritime accidents on U.S. Waters, serious maritime injuries, maritime and Jones act concerns, insurance disputes and lawsuits, homeowner insurance disputes, commercial and business disputes, workers’ compensation claim denials and delays, hurricane insurance disputes, international personal injuries, claims against military contractors, and aviation accidents.
Let’s took our focus on aviation accident.
An aviation accident is defined in the Convention on International Civil Aviation Annex 13 as an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft which takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight and all such persons have disembarked, in which a person is fatally or seriously injured, the aircraft sustains damage or structural failure or the aircraft is missing or is completely inaccessible.
Maritime Lawyers were focused on strong advocacy for people harmed by aviation accidents throughout the Houston area, along the Gulf Coast and internationally, they have experience in maritime law and Jones act claims, including those involving all types of workers in the oil and gas exploration industry, and also equipped to deal with the legal aftermath of a helicopter or plane crash. If you have been injured in a work-related or other aviation accident, hurt by turbulence in flight, or are grieving a loved one killed in a tragic crash, consider to contact a maritime lawyer from a trusted law firm that could assess you all through out. The lawyers handle cases against aviation operators as well as aircraft and equipment manufacturers arising from events including:
-Offshore helicopter accidents
-News helicopter accidents
-Medical helicopter accidents
-International plane crashes and other aviation-related accidents covered by the Montreal and Warsaw Convention treaties