Experienced Maritime Lawyers
We handle all aspects of maritime injury at sea... including shore side situations.
Our Maritime Attorneys have provided legal representation worldwide for injured fishermen, deckhands, officers, merchant mariners, factory trawlers, crabbers, ferry workers, longshore, all branches of the merchant marines, cruise ship, oil rig workers and recreational boater injuries.
We work with highly qualified marine safety investigators, naval experts, injury experts, Board-certified medical personnel and health care providers, physical capacities experts, and job experts, representing anyone injured at sea or in a maritime situation, to get compensation for present and future losses.
Maritime injury is all we do.
As Seen on
The Discovery Channel
George Knowles, designated Best Lawyer by practice area, Admiralty and Maritime Law,
Seattle Met Magazine, 2010
+ $25,0000,000 + Combined total settlements.
$4,200,000 total settlements paid,
$1,800,000 total settlements paid
Alaska Ranger Sinking (8 claims)
$1,550,000 – Deck hand
Cable injury, death
$1,150,000 – Factory worker
Slip and fall
$1,500,000 Verdict – Deck hand
Slip and fall
$800,000 – Railroad Conductor
$800,000 – Wrongful death
Arctic Rose Sinking
$740,000 – Factory Trawler
$676,000 – Ferry worker
$625,000 – Partial Hand Amputation
575,000 – Post Traumatic Stress
496,250 – Hand Injury
$400,000 - Untreated Flu
So Lucky to be alive, Saved by an angel.
Over the years, we have grown accustomed to asking our clients surviving near death experiences whether they saw "the light" – the brilliant white light some say they see just as they are about to die.
- F/V Savannah Ray still stranded and leaking diesel The cod boat Savannah Ray, which wrecked Feb. 16 east of Kodiak, remains stranded and leaking diesel, the U.S. Coast Guard reports. Global Diving
- F/V Alaskan Dream - crewman dead On 2/28/14 Alaska State Troopers were notified of a death on the F/V Alaskan Dream. Investigation revealed that crewmember Sean O'Callahan, 29, of
- F/T SAVANNAH RAY Crew Rescued February 16, the Alaska Coast Guard noted a 406 EPIRB alert from the SAVANNAH RAY, an 81-foot Fish Tender. Coast Guard watch-standers instigated radio
Settlements Paid in Cash
Sometimes our clients elect to take their settlements in cash. Here, a very experienced crabber/longliner suffered back problems and we resolved his case within a few months, with a cash money settlement well into the six figures. The day of receipt of his settlement he was back under contract, going back to work in the Alaska fishery, with an enormous amount of tax-free cash in his backpack. We helped him find the best medical care, obtained a settlement promptly, got him right back to work once his settlement was final and sent him on his way with money to last for a very very long time. You can’t see the smile on his face in this photo, but we will tell you, he is one very happy camper!