I am Harold J. Eisenman, and with my national maritime law practice in Houston; I represent Texas clients throughout the Gulf of Mexico including: Houston, Texas City, Baytown, Galveston, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, McAllen, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Orange, and the Sabine Pass.

Office hours: 9 - 5, weekends and evening by special appointment. Will travel worldwide to talk to you.

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Harold J. Eisenman, P.C.

9186 Katy Fwy, Suite 210

Houston, TX. 77055

Toll Free: 877-840-7180

Houston: 713-840-7180

Fax: 713-840-9620

Harold@EisenmanLaw.com

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Cargo Inspectors

Cargo Inspector Injury Lawyer

Cargo inspectors play an important, and sometime dangerous, role in the shipping process. Working on docks and on boats at sea, cargo inspectors are also protected by U.S. federal maritime law, such as the
Jones Act. If you have suffered an injury on the job, you want an experienced attorney helping you explore your options for a full recovery.

I am attorney
Harold Eisenman, and from my national maritime practice in Houston, I protect the rights of injured cargo inspectors throughout the Gulf of Mexico and across the country. As a board certified personal injury trial law specialist focusing on maritime law, I understand your options for a full recovery, and I will make sure you get both the medical care you need and financial compensation you deserve.

Over 36 Years of Maritime Law Experience

Contact Me Today for a Free Initial Consultation

While the job of taking samples from cargo to labs to be analyzed before offload is not inherently dangerous, it takes place in dangerous areas. Cargo inspectors are subject to the same dangers as seamen and traditional maritime workers. In the past thirty-six years, I have protected the rights of cargo inspectors who have suffered serious injuries in the following maritime accidents:


  • Insecure Gangway
  • Slip and Fall Injuries on Cargo Tankers
  • Launch Injuries
  • Platform Transfers


Since most cargo inspectors work for private and independent companies hired by the businesses buying the product at port, they are often eligible to make personal injury claims above and beyond workers' compensation. If you were injured on the water or as the result of the negligence of someone other than your employer or co-worker, I will make sure you have access to full compensation.

 

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With my Houston offices open weekdays from nine to five, I also make after-hours and off-site visits for clients across the country. I will travel to meet you, so you can get answers to your questions face to face. Handling all cases on a contingency basis, you will not pay a dime in lawyer fees until you make a full financial recovery.
Contact me today for a free initial consultation.

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