Longshoremen Injured at the Port of Miami
60+ Years of Experience Achieving Exceptional Results
for Injured Longshoremen
Did you know that if you are a Longshoreman injured at the Port of Miami, the Longshore Act, specifically section 12(a) of the Act, requires you to notify your employer within 30 days of the accident. Failure to notify your employer of your accident within 30 days can result in a denial of your claim. There are several exceptions to the 30 day notice rule, however, we recommend that you notify your employer of an accident within 30 days.
Experienced Longshoreman Injury Lawyers
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Gillis, Mermell & Pacheco, P.A., have a combined 60+ years of experience handling the claims of injured Longshoreman at the Port of Miami. We have handled every type of injury imaginable and every issue that you can think of regarding a Longshore claim. We know exactly what to do to make sure that you get the benefits that you deserve and the medical care you need in the event that you are a Longshoreman injured at the Port of Miami.
Call us now at 305-595-3350. Let us put our years of experience, reputation and our knowledge to work for your Longshore claim today!
Over 6000 Claims
filed on behalf of injured workers.
Including claims of workers injured under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act. We are experienced Longshore attorneys, and we have a proven track record of securing excellent results for injured Longshoremen for more than 22 years. Call us now to discuss your case, a free consultation, no obligations! 305-595-3350
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