Friday, February 18, 2011

Claims on Maritime Injury

All work has its own hardship and fulfilment. I know this because I’ve been to more than five different jobs before finally settling to doing paid blogging. Now I’m contented to work in the convenience of my home while taking care of my family. There are many types of jobs, some jobs are easy but the pay is low, others are hard but you’re well compensated. It’s actually a choice what you want for a job, worse is you’re overworked and still compensation is not enough to feed your family. Maybe this is the reason why some choose to work and live abroad. Some people failed to establish their career with a good paying job.

In life there will come a time when you have to choose between earning more and staying in your stable job and position in company. When we talk of earning more it refers to finding job abroad to alleviate living situation. This is why many embrace working at sea to give their family a good life although they know that it’s a bit risky entering maritime job. The pay is so good that they just endure loneliness just to earn more for their loved ones. It’s just a consolation that there’s a maritime protection law providing additional protection for ship’s crew and sailors. This is badly needed as when they’re injured they can ask assistance from Offshore Injury Lawyer to help them get their claim for continuous salary and proper medical treatment as part of their maintenance and cure claims.

Schechter, McElwee, Shaffer & Harris, L.L.P. helps in providing professional legal assistance by representing injured seamen, tanker men, longshoremen and other members of the crew in their accident claims. The client will not worry about the payment as they ask payment only when they win the case.

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