We believe the only way to be good at something, to master it, is to devote all of your time and energy into practicing that one thing. Athletes, musicians,and even doctors have their one field that they are excellent in. And lawyers should, too, especially since our level of experience directly impacts the lives of others. This is why we believe it is so important to direct our resources and energy into solving the problems of offshore workers. These injured maritime workers put their careers and futures on the line, and they deserve our undivided attention.
Mr. Young graduated from Tulane University Law School in 1993 cum laude. Since then he has continuously practiced maritime and personal injury law in New Orleans. He has obtained multiple verdicts in excess of One Million dollars and he has successfully settled several claims for more than One million dollars. He is a trial attorney who appears in court regularly. He has presented lectures on maritime law to other attorneys and he has appeared on television addressing maritime related issues.
Created On: 08/14/2012
Those just now entering the maritime industry may not be aware of the extensive regulations and responsibilities that accompany offshore work.
Created On: 03/15/2010
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Created On: 12/09/2009
Before you hire a Jones Act attorney, it is important that you evaluate the attorney to determine if they meet the following criteria. Our office firmly believes that these criteria...
Created On: 12/08/2009
The Jones Act is a federal statute that applies to “seamen” who are more or less permanently assigned to a vessel at the time of their injury. The Jones Act allows the injured employee to file a lawsuit directly against his company for any injuries...