MIAMI, FLORIDA OFFSHORE OIL RIG ATTORNEY ROBERT GROSS
The 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion that caused the deaths of eleven British Petroleum employees informed the country as to just how dangerous working on an oil rig can be. However, anyone who has ever been employed on an oil rig knows the frequency that less publicized accidents occur.
Often these accidents and injuries occur because of poor work conditions, improper supervision, failure to comply with safety regulations, failure to maintain equipment, et cetera. Very often the owner of the rig or the company that is leasing it is negligent in ensuring the safety of their employees. When injury or death occurs as a result of employer, owner or operator negligence, the parties involved are entitled to compensation for their damages. Maritime Law attorney Robert Gross is an experienced litigator who pursues these claims. Attorney Robert Gross dedicates his practice to claims arising from incidents at sea or on board rigs and vessels.
Oil rig accidents can result in any number of injuries:
- Broken Bones
- Head Trauma
- Spina Cord Injuries
- Lung Damage
Some of these injuries make it impossible to return to oil rig work or even to continue living a productive life. Whether you've sustained a minor or major work injury or a loved one has tragically died in an oil rig accident, you may be entitled to damages. Attorney Robert Gross has the knowledge and experience that you need to pursue your claim in a court of law.
The Jones Act is a U.S. maritime law that protects seamen and crews who work primarily aboard vessels. It also applies to injured roughnecks who work on oil rigs. Attorney Robert Gross has filed pursued numerous Jones Act claim during his career. Oil rig work is dangerous. Personal injuries happen all too frequently. Let a professional Jones Act and Maritime law attorney fight for your legal rights.
To schedule an appointment with our offshore oil rig injury attorney in his Miami office, please call 305-670-9009 or fill out our quick contact form to the right.