Maritime Injury and Railroad Injury Attorney

Houston, Texas and surrounding areas

Working on the ocean and railroads are two of the most dangerous occupations in the world.

Maritime Injury...

Those who work at sea are faced with risks and dangers unlike those found in land-based jobs.

Unique working conditions often result in injuries uncommon to those that occur on land. Therefore, separate sets of laws and guidelines govern the workplace where the following are employed:

  • Injured seamen
  • Sailors
  • Captains
  • Roughnecks
  • Tankermen
  • Merchant Marines
  • Roustabouts
  • Drillers
  • Oil Rig Workers

Our firm works with injured parties and/or the families of those who have died as a result of maritime injury in locations such as:

  • Offshore
  • Gulf of Mexico
  • Port of Houston
  • Houston Ship Channel
  • Galveston Bay
  • Intracoastal Waterways
  • Open seas in the United States and Worldwide

Railroad Injury...

In 1908, the Federal Liability Act (FELA) was passed, granting railroad workers and their families the legal right to sue their employers in state or federal court when preventable injuries and deaths occur on the job as a result of negligence — in whole or in part — by the railroad carrier, its agents or employees.

Damages you may be entitled to include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Loss of earning capacity and/or loss of wages
  • Physical impairment or disfigurement
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish

We Fight for YOUR Rights.

Contact The Camberg Law Firm today to schedule a free case evaluation. All initial consultations are free. The majority of our cases handled are on a contingency fee basis which means under this type of agreement you will not be charged a fee unless you recover compensation. We also handle cases on an hourly basis or a mixed hourly/contingency basis.

The information on this page should not be construed as legal advice.
Contacting The Camberg Law Firm does not create an attorney-client relationship.