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Lawsuit Begins Against Richardson Stevedoring and Street Brothers Ready Mix For Injuries Resulting From Unsafe Conditions Aboard Their Dredge Vessel

Jones Act Attorney Worker’s Compensation Bad Faith

Doyle LLP has filed a Jones Act and general maritime lawsuit against Richardson Stevedoring & Logistics, Inc, (“Richardson”) and Street Brothers Ready Mix (“Steet Brothers”), to collect legal debt and damages owed to the plaintiff due to the negligent and unseaworthy conditions aboard defendants’ vessel. Our client, a diligent but overworked crewman, was employed aboard […]

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Doyle Files Longshore Maritime Action against Edison Chouest Offshore and Chevron USA

Doyle LLP has filed a general maritime lawsuit against Edison Chouest Offshore (“Edison Chouest”) and Chevron USA, Inc. (“Chevron”), after our client suffered an electrocution while at work.  Suit is filed under the Longshore and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act, a federal workers’ compensation program that covers injuries which take place in areas adjacent to navigable […]

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Investigation Continues in Houston Ship Channel Collision

Offshore Accident Lawyer

A federal judge on Friday ordered seizure of the cargo ship that collided with a fuel barge causing the oil spill in Galveston Bay. On March 22, the Summer Wind was en route to the Port of Houston when it collided with a barge owned by Kirby Inland Marine. The barge was being towed by […]

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Mike Doyle Interviewed Regarding March 24, 2014 Oil Spill in the Port of Houston

Maritime Accident Lawyer

Local 2 (KPRC-TV) interviewed attorney Mike Doyle of Doyle LLP about the oil spill that occurred on Monday, March 24, 2014. in the Port of Houston. According to the report, the accident happened when the Miss Susan, a tow vessel, collided with a barge that was carrying 924,000 gallons of fuel oil. The Miss Susan […]

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Emergency Rescue for Supply Ship Crewman

Injured Crewman Lawyer

A Coast Guard helicopter rescued a supply ship crewmember whose foot was severed after it was caught in a line. The injured crewman was flown to a Lake Charles hospital. The accident occurred five miles off the coast of Louisiana. The Coast Guard sent a Houston-based helicopter to medevac the crewmember. At this time, no […]

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Doyle LLP Files Jones Act Lawsuit against Helix Energy

Jones Act Lawyer

Doyle LLP has filed a Jones Act and general maritime lawsuit against Helix Energy on behalf of an injured seaman. The seaman suffered three knee injuries onboard the defendant’s vessel. In January 2011, June 2012 and August 2012, the plaintiff was involved in three incidents where he slipped resulting in injuries to his right knee. […]

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Doyle LLP Files Jones Act Lawsuit against CGG Land

Jones Act Attorney Worker’s Compensation Bad Faith

Doyle LLP has filed a Jones Act and general maritime lawsuit against CGG Land on behalf of an injured seaman. The seaman was injured while in the scope of his employment in the Gulf of Mexico offshore Galveston. He was employed by CGG. On the date of the incident in question, the plaintiff was required […]

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Doyle LLP Files Jones Act Suit against Texas Crewboats

Jones Act Lawyer

Doyle LLP has filed a Jones Act lawsuit against Texas Crewboats on behalf of a seaman injured near Puerto Rico. The plaintiff was a deckhand aboard the vessel when asked in the scope of his employment to perform tasks without the proper equipment and with insufficient assistance.  Due to the unseaworthiness of the vessel, he […]

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Number of Rigs Exploring for Oil and Gas in U.S. Increases

Oil Rig Injury

Baker Hughes Inc., the Houston- based oilfield services company, reported the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose by 12 this week to 1,754. Of the more than 1,700 rigs, 1,383 were exploring for oil and 365 for gas. A year ago, there were 1,806 rigs. The U.S. rig […]

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Doyle Receives $9.6 Million Jury Verdict for Jones Act Lawsuit

Jones Act Lawyer

A Doyle client has been awarded a unanimous $9.6 million jury verdict against Diamond Offshore Services.  The plaintiff was employed by Diamond Offshore on a semi-submersible drilling vessel, OCEAN LEXINGTON, as a drilling worker in January 2008 when he was injured while offshore Egypt. The plaintiff is a Mississippi resident and was working for the […]

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