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Boat and Ship Defects

New Orleans Boat Defect Attorneys

Toll Free: 1-888-708-8950 - Free Consultations

Based in New Orleans, Louisiana, the ship and boat defect lawyers at Leger & Shaw have served injured clients for nearly 35 years throughout Louisiana and the Gulf Coast who were injured because of defective boat or ship equipment.

We focus a large part of our practice on shipping and boating accidents (admiralty and maritime law), including claims resulting defective boats or boating equipment. For more detailed information on why we are the right boat and ship defect lawyers for you, please visit our Firm Overview page.

Experienced Louisiana Ship Accident Attorney

Our attorneys possess the credentials, knowledge, and experience to properly represent your interests in an accident claim brought about by dangerous or defective ship or boat equipment. We can handle any type of product liability claim, including:

  • Defective navigational equipment - including a radar defect or rudder defect
  • Railing defect
  • Pilot ladder defect
  • Wench defect or winch defect - including a boat trailer wench (winch)
  • Ship loading equipment defects - including cranes, conveyors, hoists, lifting equipment, baskets, and loading machines
  • Manholes
  • Fishing vessel equipment - including refrigeration and freezers
  • Engine component defect
  • Dive gear defect

For a list of some of the defective product litigation we handled in recent years, including ship and boat product defects, please visit our Defective Product Litigation page.

Contact a Louisiana Ship and Boat Product Defect Attorney

For further information regarding Louisiana ship and boat product defect laws, or to discuss your injury or property loss claim with an experienced product liability lawyer, please schedule a free confidential consultation by calling us at 504-322-4299 or toll free at 1-888-708-8950, or e-mail us by completing the client intake form on our Contact Us page. Put our 34 years of boat accident experience to work for you.

Serving the People of Louisiana Since 1979

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