Longshore Act Attorney Mobile AL – Gulf Coast
If you have been injured at a shipyard you should know your rights and remedies to avoid making critical mistakes that could result in delaying your medical recovery, reducing your benefits while off work and losing the full value of your inability to earn in the future.
I like to remind the people who call me that we each have different talents. If I am working alongside you at a shipyard, I would have to rely on you to keep me from making a mistake. If I don’t ask you “Am I doing this right?” my mistakes could have a major impact on the entire project. More importantly, my mistakes could have been avoided had I asked for your help before trying to do the job on my own.
Calling a lawyer for advice is not hiring a lawyer. I routinely take calls to answer questions from injured workers who basically want to know if everything is going as it should. These calls are free and confidential. The purpose of consulting with a lawyer who specializes in your type of case is to make sure you know your rights, that you are being treated properly under the law and to keep you from making a mistake.
I look forward to hearing from you if you would like to discuss your case.
Frank Leon is a Mobile, Alabama lawyer who represents injured workers primarily in Alabama, Mississippi (including Pascagoula, Biloxi and Gulfport), Florida and Louisiana in the following practice areas: Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (“LHWCA”), Admiralty, Maritime Personal Injury (including Jones Act, Seaworthiness, Maintenance & Cure), Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act, General Negligence, Personal Injury, Death, Tort and Third Party claims.
Frank Leon also represents civilian employees and third party nationals injured while working with U.S. Military contractors in locations such as Iraq and Afghanistan under the Defense Base Act as well as state-side employees of military installations under the Non-Appropriated Funds Instrumentalities Act.
A practicing lawyer since 1981, his experience includes representation of Employees of Ingalls Shipbuilding, Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, Avondale Shipyard, Atlantic Marine, Alabama Shipyard, Inc., Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Co., Steiner Shipyard, Halter Marine, Freide Goldman, Austal USA, Eastern Shipyard, members of the International Longshoremen’s Association (I.L.A.), Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR), Vinnell Corporation, Pensacola NAS, and EG&G/Lear Sigler Services, Inc (LSI).
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