Richard Martin is a new member of the Board of Governors for the Louisiana Association for Justice. The Louisiana Association for Justice is a voluntary bar association whose members are trial attorneys who pledge to promote justice and work to uphold the honor and dignity of the civil justice system and the legal profession.

Here’s Richard J. Martin, Jr.’s latest maritime article recently published in the Louisiana Association for Justice’s Louisiana Advocate. JONES ACT STATUS REVISITED In Alexander v. Express Energy Services Operating, L.P., 784 F.3d 1032 (5th Cir. 2015)1, the U.S. Fifth Circuit held that a platform worker whose duties were assisted by an adjacent vessel more than…

Here’s the latest published article for the Admiralty Section of the Louisiana Association for Justice publication, Louisiana Advocate: Future Lost Income And Work-Life Expectancy by Richard M. Martin, Jr. Lamothe Law Firm, LLC If you represent maritime injury victims in federal court, one of your routine tasks is exchanging economic reports. Your client’s report typically…

Attorney Richard Martin recently published another maritime article for attorneys in the Louisiana Association for Justice’s May edition of Louisiana Advocate.  Both Frank Lamothe and Mr. Martin are considered some of the best admiralty and maritime lawyers in Louisiana and are extremely skilled trial lawyers. Here’s the article: Using Ruiz v. Shell Oil Company in…

Attorney Richard Martin recently published another maritime article in the Louisiana Association for Justice’s April edition of Louisiana Advocate. Both Frank Lamothe and Mr. Martin are considered some of the best admiralty and maritime lawyers in Louisiana and are extremely skilled trial lawyers. Here’s the article: “WILL NO ONE RID ME OF THIS TROUBLESOME PRIEST”?…

  “What Law Applies to Offshore Indemnity Contracts?”  This is the title of Richard Martin’s latest published maritime article for the Louisiana Association for Justice publication, Louisiana Advocates. LLF is a leader in maritime and offshore law.  Our firm was named Admiralty Law Firm of the Year in Louisiana by Global Law Experts.  Frank and Richard…

Here are Frank Lamothe and Richard Martin attending the Southern Trial Lawyers Association War Horse Banquet at the Windsor Court Hotel last week. This is a celebration of some of the nation’s most outstanding trial lawyers.

Richard Martin published a maritime article, “APPURTENANCES AND UNSEAWORTHINESS, PART II” in the January edition of the “Louisiana Advocate.” Both Frank Lamothe and Mr. Martin are considered some of the best admiralty and maritime lawyers in the state and are extremely skilled trial lawyers who have won numerous multi-million dollar maritime and offshore personal injury and wrongful death…

Lamothe Law Firm attorney Richard Martin wrote an article for maritime attorneys published in the recent issue of the Louisiana Association for Justice publication, Louisiana Advocate. The article is entitled “THE JONES ACT, UNSEAWORTHINESS, AND JURY TRIALS.” Read the entire article below. THE JONES ACT, UNSEAWORTHINESS, AND JURY TRIALS By Richard M. Martin Lamothe Law…

The Louisiana Association for Justice has recently published a maritime article written by LLF attorney Richard Martin in the Louisiana Advocate. The article is called “Claims Under 33 U.S.C. § 905b.” Here’s the article: CLAIMS UNDER 33 U.S.C. § 905b         The Longshoremen and Harbor Workers Compensation Act, 33 U.S.C. § 905(b), (“LHWCA”), provides a limited…

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