Michigan River Accidents

The Willis Law Firm Fights for Maritime Workers Injured on Michigan’s Rivers and Inland Waterways

With direct access to Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior, Michigan and its rivers play a central role in America’s water-based shipping economy. Michigan’s rivers also provide key connections to inland ports throughout the middle of the country, linking these ports to shipping destinations around the world.

If you or a loved one has been injured while working at one of Michigan’s ports or onboard a tugboat, barge or vessel in the Great Lakes or one of Michigan’s inland waterways, the Willis Law Firm can help you stand up for your legal rights. Maritime injury lawyer David Willis has over 30 years of experience representing workers and their families, and he can use this experience to help make sure you and your family recover the compensation you deserve.  The Jones Act and other maritime laws, provide legal protection and/or rights to injured workers.

Accident on the Great Lakes?

The Great Lakes are among the busiest shipping regions in North America. With ocean-like conditions, the Great Lakes expose seamen and other maritime workers to a variety of dangers on a daily basis; and, unfortunately, it is not uncommon for these dangers to lead to serious injuries. At the Willis Law Firm, we represent clients who have been injured and lost loved ones due to falls, fires, cargo accidents and other incidents throughout the Great Lakes region.

Accident on a Michigan River or Inland Waterway?

In addition to handling accidents on the Great Lakes, we also regularly represent maritime workers and their family members in cases involving serious and fatal injuries suffered on Michigan’s rivers and inland waterways. This includes injuries suffered both on the water and at port. We are available to represent individuals and families who have been injured and lost loved ones on Michigan’s rivers and at the following ports in Michigan:

  • Port Calcite
  • Port of Detroit
  • Port of Marquette
  • Stoneport Harbor

We also offer our services to individuals and families who have suffered losses in accidents at ports that provide direct connections to Michigan’s rivers and the Great Lakes, including:

  • Port of Gary, IN
  • Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor, IN
  • Port of Indiana Harbor, IN
  • Port of Chicago, IL
  • Port of Silver Bay, MN
  • Port of Two Harbors, MN
  • Twin Ports of Duluth-Superior, MN, WI
  • Port of Buffalo, NY
  • Port of Ashtabula, OH
  • Port of Cleveland, OH
  • Port of Conneaut, OH
  • Port of Toledo, OH
  • Port of Erie, PA
  • Port of Milwaukee, WI

Regardless of what happened, we encourage you to contact us for a free, confidential consultation. We can help you understand your rights, and if you have a claim, we will fight vigorously to make sure you win just compensation.

Contact the Willis Law Firm about Your Jones Act Injury Claim in Michigan

To learn more about your rights after a port, river or other maritime accident in Michigan, contact the Willis Law Firm to schedule a free, confidential consultation. Jones Act lawyer David Willis is licensed in both New York and Texas, and he has decades of experience representing clients in Jones Act and River Accident injury claims nationwide. Don’t let delays or mistakes harm your claim – call 1-800-GOT HURT or contact us online and start protecting your rights today.

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Principal Office - Houston, Texas
5252 Westchester St.
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Houston, Texas 77005
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