Conroy, Simberg, Krevans, Abel, Lurvey, Kraft, Klein, Goldberg
The attorneys at Conroy Simberg diligently handle all aspects of Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (“Longshore Act”) cases. Our legal team represents employers, insurance carriers, and self-insured entities in the defense of claims brought under the Longshore Act and its extensions, including the Defense Base Act and the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act.
The legal professionals in our Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Compensation division regularly advise clients on the coordination of claims involving both state workers’ compensation laws and the Federal Longshore Act. Our firm is also able to handle cases arising in both Florida and Georgia as we have legal professionals licensed in each of these jurisdictions.
From the inception of the initial claim to all trial and appellate processes, our legal team is committed to providing personalized service and attention to each of our clients. We strive to keep our clients informed at all stages of the litigation and work to ensure that they understand all of the laws, regulations and legal precedents that may impact their case.
The attorneys at Conroy Simberg believe in taking a proactive approach to prevent lawsuits and lengthy litigation. As part of that philosophy, we provide educational seminars and programs and assist our clients in developing appropriate workplace policies and procedures aimed at avoiding future claims and legal disputes. Our legal professionals stay on top of emerging legal trends and issues and we strive to keep our clients apprised of important developments that may impact their workplace operations.
With approximately 150 attorneys, Conroy Simberg is one of the largest civil defense firms in the southeast. Our lawyers have extensive experience practicing across a diverse range of practice areas, including workers’ compensation, insurance coverage, and employment law. This experience, combined with our 11 office locations, makes our firm uniquely qualified to successfully defend Longshore Act and related claims.