Anderson, Carey, Williams, Neidzwski LLP Ranks Amongst Expertise Top 21 Workers Comp Firms

Expertise.com has ranked BoatLaw, LLP amongst the top 21 maintenance and cure law firms in Seattle, Washington.

Expertise.com – a leading source of company listings and reviews – helps individuals connect with the best professionals in their area. From legal to home services, the Expertise mission is to make it easy for their clients to find local experts, every time. Each month the organization assists over 10 million customers locate qualified specialists for their needs.

Our maritime attorneys at BoatLaw, LLP provide legal representation to clients who have been injured offshore, fishing boats, cruise lines, and in other marine operations. BoatLaw, LLP also represents mariners injured on the job, including fighting for their right to maintenance and cure under maritime law.

This year, Expertise.com hand-picked 137 workers compensation attorneys in Washington and eventually narrowed it down to the top 21. All firms were scored on more than 25 variables across five categories: availability, qualifications, reputation, experience, and professionalism.

• Availability: Approachable and responsive.
• Qualifications: Awards, licenses, accreditations.
• Reputation: A background in delighting customers and providing excellent customer service.
• Experience: Years of practical experience and education in their field.
• Professionalism: Providing quality service with honesty and respect.

After grading each business across the selection criteria, BoatLaw, LLP ranked on the top list.

BoatLaw, LLP has been serving clients since 1977. We take cases from all over the Pacific Northwest, including the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Connecticut and Alaska. If you suffered a serious injury from a maritime slip and fall accident, call (800) 262-8529 today. Your first consultation is free of charge.

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