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Los Angeles Longshore Attorney Launches First Free, Custom Mobile App for Longshore Workers(October 02, 2012)
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
The Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor, a Los Angeles Longshore Attorney, announces today the launch of the Longshore Injury Hotline mobile app, a free mobile app developed specifically to meet the needs of longshore workers. The mobile app is now available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Development for Android is currently underway and will soon be available on Google Play.
The Longshore Injury Hotline free mobile app provides the following custom-built features:
- Time Tracker
- Injury and Accident Reporting
- Naylor Law Resources
- Click to Call and Email
Our intention was to create a mobile app that is truly a useful and helpful tool for the longshore community, said Los Angeles Longshore Attorney, Charles D. Naylor. We accomplished this by meeting with longshore workers, clerks and foremen to find out what issues they are facing and how our mobile app could provide a meaningful solution.
Longshore and harbor workers have a very real need to track their time in a very specific way, and until now, the only solution has been to track their time in paper books that can be easily lost or damaged. The Longshore Injury Hotline mobile app provides the first 100 percent free solution. The custom-built Time Tracker allows Longshore workers to quickly enter their time and always know their hours, and creates a secure digital backup so workers will never have to worry about losing their time books.
Injury & Accident Reporting
This feature allows injured longshore and harbor workers to quickly document the details of any accident or injury sustained on the while working on the waterfront, including capturing photos and videos, and collecting witness information.
Naylor Law Resources
The section of the mobile app provides Longshoremen with information about their rights under the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act (LHWCA), including videos about the Longshore Act, FAQs and more.
Click to Call and Email
In just one click, injured workers can contact the Longshore Injury Hotline and ask any questions about their rights under the Longshore Act, questions about a recent or old injury, or for local doctor referrals.
The app is free, and it will always be free. We will continue to improve the app and add new features, however, we will never charge for upgrades or enhancements, said Naylor, Maritime Injury Lawyer.
To learn more about the free mobile app, including video tutorials and Frequently Asked Questions, visit the Longshore Injury Hotline website.
About Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor, Los Angeles Longshore Act Lawyer
Since 1974, the Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor has been compassionately and aggressively representing injured workers from the maritime trades including seamen, longshore and marine construction workers, and cruise ship passengers and crew. With more than 100 years combined experience, our attorneys specialize in Maritime Personal Injury, Jones Act, Longshore & Harbor Workers Compensation Act and Cruise Ship Injury.
In 2007, Charles D. Naylor obtained a $55.2 million jury verdict against the now bankrupt DaimlerChrysler for the wrongful death of a longshoreman (Los Angeles Superior Court, BC 332487, Mraz v. DaimlerChrysler Corporation).
Charles D. Naylor received California Lawyer magazines prestigious CLAY Award in 2008, has a 5 out of 5 AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized by Southern California Super Lawyers as one of the top attorneys in Southern California (2007- 2012). For more information, visit http://www.NaylorLaw.com, or call toll free (888) 477-2660.
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