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Our National Maritime and Jones Act Lawyers Have Achieved Unprecedented Results for Hundreds of Injured Offshore Workers

Our Jones Act and maritime lawyers have successfully represented hundreds of offshore workers in courts across the United States in some of the most serious accidents in recent history. It is because of our success, both in and out of the courtroom, that workers and their families continue to count on Zehl & Associates when they or a loved one are seriously injured either on or offshore.

Whether you were injured on a cargo ship, jack-up rig, or semi-submersible, the Jones Act lawyers at Zehl & Associates have the resources and experience necessary to ensure that you and your family can focus on the future, without worrying about how to pay for it.

If you or a loved one were injured while working offshore, our Maritime Lawyers can Help.  Just Call 1-888-302-3838, click here to contact us online or fill out the chat form on our homepage.  

Over $750 Million in Verdicts and Settlements and One of the First Maritime Law Firms Hired by Workers Injured on the BP Deepwater Horizon

In addition to having recovered over $750 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients in the past 5 years alone, we were one of the first law firms to hired by multiple workers who were injured while working onboard the BP Deepwater Horizon when it tragically exploded in April 2010.  While many law firms are still trying to resolve their cases today, our Offshore Injury lawyers were able to reach a highly favorable (and confidential) settlement on behalf of all of our clients within 18 months of filing suit against BP and Transocean.

As a result of the settlements, our clients will never have to worry about how they’re going to provide for themselves or their families again.

Call the Jones Act Lawyers at Zehl & Associates at 1-888-302-3838 Today for a Free, No Commitment Consultation

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Transocean Rig Contract Cancelled Transocean has announced yet another canceled contract via its most recent fleet status report released yesterday. Due to that cancellation, Transocean has decided to scrap the GSF Explorer, a 4G drillship built in the '70s and upgraded in the '90s. This makes the Explorer just the latest in a string of scrapped rigs for the company with the total standing at 19, up from 11 planned scrappings as of late 2014. Gregory Lewis, an analyst for Credit Suisse, even went so far as to say that Transocean’s rigs are “dropping like flies." As oil prices remain low and supply high, work for offshore producers is likely to continue to decline. Unfortunately, that means more cancelled contracts, more scrapped rigs and fewer maritime workers on the job.