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Anacortes, WA

Address: 5316 Ferry Terminal Road, Anacortes, Washington, 98221
Telephone: 800-SEA-SALT (800-732-7258).

Ocean-Going VesselWe have many maritime injury clients residing in Bellingham or Anacortes who have received personal injury damages after working aboard vessels moored at Bellingham or Anacortes.

Anacortes is both home to many small to medium trawling vessels, seiners, crabbers and, of course, large, ocean-going vessels and tugs servicing the refinery and maritime shipping. Many employees of major maritime employers, as well as employees of smaller owner/operator vessels, live and work in Anacortes. In case of injury, we are at hand as maritime injury lawyers to represent them.

While Anacortes has many fine medical facilities, we are often involved in assisting clients in finding a physician, a health care provider in Seattle, or in obtaining a second opinion for a specific medical condition. In appropriate cases, we will obtain payment for a second opinion from a Seattle-based medical facility, from the employer or insurance representative, or, depending upon the case, we may be able to advance, as a case cost, the expense of a second, Seattle-based opinion.

We are frequently involved in maritime injury cases involving vessels and employers in Anacortes and, as often as twice a week, are in the Anacortes area. We have met with clients at our office, at personal residences and, yes, even at the Starbucks.

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Client Reviews
"Injury At Sea knows the maritime business from all angles…easy to work with, hardworking, straightforward, and professional. I was treated with care and concern. They were very helpful in my situation, told me exactly what to do, what to expect and the likely outcome. Five Stars." Chris, of Orcas Island
"...when they said they would not give John a liver transplant, my heart sank...for the first time in my life I hated being poor because I could not save my child...there was nothing I could do...When I was told Injury At Sea had obtained a Court Order to make the Company pay I cried tears of relief...without this my son would have had no hope of living...Thank you to Injury At Sea..." Mary
"Easy to work with, thorough and effective. Knows the maritime injury business from all angles including his own work experience. Tom was easy to work with, hard working, straightforward, and professional. I was treated with care and concern. He was very helpful in my situation, told me exactly what he could do, what to expect and the likely outcome." Chris