Nationwide Help for Injured Maritime Workers
The Willis Law Firm represents workers and other individuals from coast to coast who have been injured in maritime accidents. David P. Willis is a skilled maritime lawyer licensed to practice in Texas and New York. With over thirty years of experience helping injured clients, Mr. Willis has developed extensive relationships with lawyers throughout the country who know how to fight for the rights of maritime accident victims.
When The Willis Law Firm takes your case, we will assemble a strong team of lawyers who are best positioned to help you get the financial compensation you need to pay your medical bills and move on with your life. Whether your accident occurred on an offshore vessel or rig, in a shipyard, terminal or dock, or on a river, lake or canal, we will vigorously seek recovery from the employers, insurance companies, employers, vessel owners, product manufacturers and other parties who are responsible for your injuries.
Areas We Serve
Consisting of Lake Huron, Lake Ontario, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Superior, the Great Lakes contain 20% of the world’s freshwater supply. From commercial shipping and fishing to recreational boating and tourism, these lakes provide a thriving environment for all types of maritime activities. The Willis Law Firm represents workers and other individuals who have been injured on the Great Lakes. If you have been injured in a maritime accident on the Great Lakes, you are protected under general maritime laws and have the right to file a lawsuit to recover damages for your injuries.
Based in Houston, Texas, The Willis Law Firm has extensive experience representing Houston area workers who have been injured in maritime accidents. Whether your injury occurred while you were working on a ship, drilling rig, platform or any other type of maritime vessel, we have the legal experience and resources to help you obtain a fair and just recovery,
Located along the Gulf Coast, the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway extends for approximately 1,050 miles from Florida to Texas. Heavy barge and tug traffic takes place on the waterway 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With so much commercial activity, barge workers and other maritime employees are at risk for serious accidents and injuries. If you have been injured on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, our firm will protect your rights and help you get the financial compensation that you are legally entitled to.
Stretching across the Eastern Seaboard from Norfolk, Virginia to the Florida Keys, the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (also known as the AIWW or the “ditch”) is a source of tremendous commercial and recreational activity. Unfortunately, with so many maritime activities taking place on a daily basis, the AIWW is also a place where many catastrophic accidents and injuries occur. If you have been injured on a barge, ship or other vessel on the AIWW, the Willis Law Firm will explain your rights and help you seek financial recovery.
Contact a Maritime Injury Attorney Today
Whether you have been injured off the coast or on or near an inland body of water, the Willis Law Firm can help. You can schedule an initial consultation with an experienced maritime injury attorney by calling our firm today at 1-800-468-4878 or completing our contact form. Our initial consultations are always free and strictly confidential.