Maritime and Admiralty Law in Kodiak, Alaska

BoatLaw, LLP represents clients working on vessels hailing from Kodiak Island, AK, and the surrounding boroughs. Our experienced personal injury maritime attorneys help fishermen and other maritime workers fight for compensation under the Jones Act and general maritime law.

Our offices handle cases arising from accidents occurring along the west coast, including Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California.

If you or someone you know has been injured while working a maritime job, contact BoatLaw, LLP by calling 1 (800) 262-8529. Schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys to learn more about your rights.

Maritime Attorneys for Kodiak, Alaska

Kodiak Island is a large Alaskan Island located off of the state’s southern coast in the Gulf of Alaska. It is separated from Alaska by the Shelikof Strait. Kodiak is one of seven communities that were settled on the island. The other towns include Akhiok, Karluk, Port Lions, and Ouzinkie.

Kodiak Island’s maritime history spans back centuries. The Island’s port is very active, and it is one of the United States’ top three fishing ports. Over 700 fishing vessels call the Port of Kodiak home, and it serves as the largest Coast Guard Station in the U.S.

The island’s maritime industry is comprised primarily of commercial fishing and vessel maintenance and repair. Many shoreside jobs support the fishing industry, supplying gear and equipment.

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Areas in Kodiak We Serve

At BoatLaw, LLP, we represent individuals injured on the job and in other maritime matters throughout the following neighborhoods and zip codes:

  • Karluk – 99608
  • Kodiak – 99615
  • Larsen Bay – 99624
  • Old Harbor – 99643
  • Ouzinkie – 99644
  • Port Lions – 99550

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Kenai Peninsula Borough

In addition to assisting clients on Kodiak Island, our firm represents the hardworking men and women on the Kenai Peninsula, including the following towns:

  • Anchor Point – 99556
  • Clam Gulch – 99568
  • Cooper Landing – 99572
  • Homer – 99603
  • Hope – 99605
  • Kasilof – 99610
  • Kenai – 99611
  • Nikiski – 99635
  • Moose Pass – 99631
  • Ninilchik – 99639
  • Seldovia –99663
  • Seward – 99664
  • Soldotna – 99669
  • Sterling – 99672
  • Tyonek – 99682

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Lake and Peninsula Borough

In addition to Kodiak Island and Kenai Peninsula, BoatLaw, LLP represents clients with maritime legal issues throughout the Lake and Peninsula Borough, including the following neighborhoods and zip codes:

  • Chignik– 99564
  • Chignik Lagoon– 99565
  • Chignik Lake– 99548
  • Levelock– 99625
  • Newhalen– 99606, 99640
  • Nondalton– 99640
  • Pedro Bay– 99647
  • Perryville– 99648
  • Pilot Point– 99649
  • Port Alsworth–99653
  • Port Heiden– 99549

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Kodiak, AK Resources

Kodiak Island – Visit Kodiak Island’s official website to find more information about local activities. Discover Kodiak’s wildlife, history and culture, and how the maritime industry has shaped the Island.

Alaska Court System – Visit the official website of the Alaska Court System to find more information on the courts of Alaska and Kodiak.

Office of the Borough Clerk
710 Mill Bay Road Rm. 234
Kodiak, AK 99615
Phone: 907-486-9310
Fax: 907-486-9391

Kodiak Court System
204 Mission Road, Rm. 124
Kodiak, AK 99615
Phone: 907-486-1600

Appellate Court
303 K Street
Anchorage AK, 99501
Phone: 907-264-0612

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Find a Maritime Lawyer in Kodiak, Alaska

If you or someone you know has been injured in a maritime accident in the waters near Kodiak Island or while working on a vessel homeported in Kodiak, contact the experienced attorneys of BoatLaw, LLP.

Our attorneys have successfully recovered compensation on behalf of workers who have been injured due to the negligence of their employers and the unseaworthiness of vessels as well as in various third-party claims involving maritime companies.

We are strategic negotiators and skilled advocates. BoatLaw, LLP accepts clients throughout Alaska including Kodiak, the Kenai Peninsula, and the surrounding areas.

Call 1 (800) 262-8529 now to schedule a consultation.


  • The Maritime Law Association of The United States
    The Maritime Law Association of the United States (MLA) was founded in 1899. Its formation was prompted by the organization, some three years earlier, of the International Maritime Committee.
  • Washington State Bar Association
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  • Oregon State Bar
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  • Alaska Bar Association
    The Alaska Bar Association is a mandatory bar association responsible to the Alaska Supreme Court for the admission and discipline process of attorneys for the State of Alaska.