Published LLF Maritime and Federal Court Articles

Both Frank Lamothe and Richard 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 cases in both state and federal courts in Louisiana as well as in other states. Their litigation experience has involved offshore cases, including fixed platforms, jack-up rigs, semi-submersibles and drill ships. They have also handled inland water cases involving inland drilling barges, crew boats, pleasure vessels, oceangoing vessels and towboats.

Here are some articles written by Richard Martin to inform other attorneys about pursuing maritime and other federal court claims:

“When a Plane Is a Vessel, Look Out for Removal!”

“Claims Under 33 U.S.C. § 905b”

“The Jones Act, Unseaworthiness, and Jury Trials”

“Appurtenances and Unseaworthiness, Part II”

“What Law Applies to Offshore Indemnity Contracts?”

“Will No One Rid Me of This Troublesome Priest?”

“Using Ruiz v. Shell Oil Company in a Jones Act Case”

“Future Lost Income And Work-Life Expectancy”

“Jones Act Status Revisited”

“’Where’s Waldo?’ Jurisdiction in Maritime Cases”

“The Longshoreman and Harbor Workers Compensation Act and Issues Which Affect Damage Recovery by the Plaintiff”

“Taxing Costs in Federal Court”

“Legal Standards for Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12 Motions to Dismiss”

“Personal Jurisdiction Over a Foreign Defendant”

“Pre-Judgment Interest in Federal Court”

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