Involved in a Maritime Incident?
You may be eligible for compensation
Maritime workers who are injured on the job may file for compensation. We can help you with a FREE consultation.
Did you know that over 70% of all maritime accidents happen because of negligence?
Some of these include:
- slips and falls
- swinging and/or falling objects
- chemical burns and inhalation
- winch failures
- fishing accidents
- diving accidents
If you or your loved one in the maritime industry have suffered any injuries at work due to negligence, the law is on your side.
There are rules and regulations written specifically for people like you.
- The Jones Act – for seamen injured offshore
- The Longshore Harbor and Workers’ Compensation Act – for maritime workers on shore
- Death on High Seas Act – to protect the loved ones of workers who died at sea
- Maintenance and Cure Law – to help injured workers as they recover
- Many more federal and regional laws and special compensations
How It Works
Call now or fill out this form to schedule your FREE and confidential consultation
Our team of lawyers will review the facts of your claim and investigate who is at fault for your injury.
Once we decide to work together, we will begin building your strongest case and help you recover any compensation owed.
Remember, you pay no fees unless there is a financial recovery
Our lawyers have been recognized by several top national organizations for their achievements
Why Our Clients Trust Us
“Fantastic team of attorneys and staff dedicated to their clients. Michael Pierce is an outstanding trial attorney for personal injury cases.”
~ Diane T.
“We watched, participated, & listened to Paul fight for a settlement which we could be happy with. Just this month the case has been put to rest.”
~ Debra S.
“My attorney, Michael, did an amazing job with my case. He’s a straight shooter and has a vast knowledge of the law combined with an extensive amount of experience, making him a fantastic attorney. I fully recommend this firm.“
~ Victoria S.
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