Operating Outside Diving Limits

Operating Outside Diving Limits

The inherent dangers of commercial and recreational diving are significant. Proper calculation of dive limits and adherence to other safety precautions are essential to prevention of catastrophic injuries and fatalities. Time, depth and the gas mixture used are all factors in setting no-decompression limits — and every dive and diver are unique.

Experienced Attorneys for Gulf Coast Victims of DCS and Other Dive Injuries

Operating outside dive limits substantially increases a diver’s risk of decompression sickness (DCS) — which can mean persistent joint pain, rashes, brain injury, paralysis and even death. Any maritime accident that may involve failure to observe and account for dive limits merits close examination and evaluation by an experienced attorney.

At Domengeaux Wright Roy & Edwards, L.L.C., a team of accomplished lawyers focuses on recovering fair compensation for offshore accident victims and their families. Our track record of results achieved through Jones Act claims and lawsuits is extensive. You will work with a determined lawyer who understands all relevant laws and the nuances of diving procedures and accident causes.

Consult Proven Lafayette, Louisiana, Commercial Diver Accident Lawyers

We have the resources to thoroughly investigate diving accidents caused by operating outside dive limits, negligent dive planning, failure to react to conditions or other negligence. Our experience extends across the spectrum of injuries to oil field workers, divers and other maritime occupations.

Working with an attorney who understands the hazards and procedures associated with technical diving may be essential for your future. To schedule a free initial consultation, please contact us at 800-375-6186 or by e-mail.