If your injury or illness occurs while in the employment of a commercial vessel, you suddenly become a liability to the vessel owners. You are someone other crewmembers may ignore or avoid, leaving you isolated and confused.
Your injury may be worse than you understand. Your right to recovery for damages may be greater than you know. Without legal counsel, you probably will not have the information needed to evaluate your legal rights.
While you are wondering what you need to do, the vessel owners are moving quickly to minimize your right to compensation for your injury.
The most effective legal assistance available for your maritime injury will come from our firm of experienced maritime lawyers in Seattle, Portland, Bellingham, and San Francisco. At Anderson Carey & Williams, we have been successfully representing those injured at sea and their families since 1977. For over forty years, we have handled all types of injuries in Seattle, Portland, and across the Pacific Northwest and California.
Decades of experience and a team approach to case preparation and trial is the basis for our success. We have an experienced, compassionate and helpful staff of legal assistants to aid in the litigation and administration of your claim. You are always kept abreast of progress at every stage and given a realistic assessment of your legal options.
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Call 1 (800) 262-8529 or send an online message through our website to begin taking the first steps towards pursuing the compensation you need during this critical time.
Your initial consultation is free and will be handled by an experienced attorney – it will never be passed off to a law clerk or paralegal. If you were injured and your employer is based in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, or California, contact Anderson Carey Williams & Neidzwski today.
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