Mary, mother of John, regarding her son, who was dying from denial of a life-saving liver transplant which the company refused to pay for, after Injury At Sea obtained a guarantee of payment within a few days after being contacted and ultimate payment by the company of more than one million dollars of medical expense: "…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. No one wants to lose a child. I sat in his hospital room and just looked at him and felt helpless that 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…"
Nancy, wife of Axel (Boat given name) just prior to Injury At Sea going to Court to force the Company to pay cure: "He was not the same man I married.He seemed weak, confused, and short tempered, When they told us he was going to be in the Hospital for a long while I was so scared. The Hospital was asking constantly how we were going to pay the piling medical bills. ($600,000) I even tried to take a second job which had health insurance, but they would not cover my husband. Axel's health drastically declined and he was needing 24/7 hospital care. I felt so overwhelmed and scared. I was watching my strong, patient kind commercial fisherman husband become weak, scared, helpless, bitterer, and just not the same man." Injury At Sea obtained Court Order directing fishing company to immediately pay $220,000 of bills and deposit $65,000 a month in Injury At Sea trust account to guarantee future payments.
Chris, of Orcas Island: "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."