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National Maritime & Jones Act Lawyers who Focus on Obtaining the Maximum Recovery for our Clients

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 Fitts Zehl 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 Fitts Zehl 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.

Call our Jones Act Lawyers at (800) 993-4887 or click here to contact us online.  

One of the first Maritime Law Firms Hired by Workers Injured on the Deepwater Horizon

Our firm was recently retained by another worker injured onboard the Deepwater Horizon after his efforts to personally negotiate a settlement with his employer failed. Unfortunately, BP and Transocean insist on trying to settle these cases for relatively small sums of money, often less than just one year's wages. If you were injured in the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and are having a hard time getting your company to offer a fair settlement, contact an experienced Jones Act injury lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your rights.

The Jones Act lawyers at Fitts Zehl regularly represent workers from across the country against the largest maritime employers in the nation, including Transocean, Oceaneering, BP, Hercules, Seamar and D&S Marine

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