Helping Victims of Oil Rig Platform Accidents

Working on an offshore oil rig is extremely dangerous. Wet conditions, blowouts, explosions and other potential hazards can all contribute to accidents that can lead to serious injury or even the deaths of platform workers. If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in an oil rig platform accident, a Houma lawyer can explain your rights and legal options.

The Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (OCSLA) allows workers to seek compensation for medical care, loss of income and other considerations when they are injured while working on a platform on the Outer Continental Shelf. The OCSLA also includes provisions for surviving family members to receive compensation if a loved one is killed in an oil drilling platform accident.

Skillful Representation In Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Claims

I am Louisiana maritime law attorney Brent J. Rhodes. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an accident on an oil drilling platform, I will help you secure the compensation you are entitled to receive under the law. Whether your injury occurred on a platform in Louisiana territorial waters or U.S. territorial waters, I am prepared to provide the representation necessary to obtain a favorable outcome.

My extensive experience with these cases and my understanding of the types of injuries that can occur allow me to be much more proactive in seeking maximum compensation on your behalf. From preparing and submitting your initial claim for benefits to challenging a denied claim, I will be there with you at every step, diligently working to ensure that you receive the benefits you deserve.

Talk To A Louisiana Attorney About Your Claim | Available 24/7

Contact the Law Offices of Brent J. Rhodes LLC to discuss your OCSLA claim. I offer a free initial consultation in every case. You can reach me at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 985-262-7799 or toll free at 866-692-8703.