INJURY AT SEA IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS. Our staff is working remotely until further notice to help protect our employees, clients, and our communities from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Our legal team will be answering calls, voicemail, and email, and will conduct all business by telephone, video conference, email or other electronic means. IF YOU HAVE BEEN INJURED AT SEA WE ARE STILL HERE TO HELP! We are still available 24/7 to talk about your case. We appreciate your patience until we are able to resume full and normal operations of all of our offices. We will get through this together!

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Coos Bay, OR

Address: 117 Anderson, Suite B, Coos Bay, Oregon, 97420
Telephone: 800-SEA-SALT (800-732-7258).

Coos Bay BridgeCoos Bay was settled by fishermen attracted by the large number of salmon in the Siletz and Salmon Rivers. Since 1837, there has been some form of fishing in the Coos Bay area.

Over the years, many mariners have been attracted to Coos Bay as a wonderful place to live and also a living environment that allows the mariner to live amidst a community steeped in maritime traditions and providing a maritime atmosphere.

We have represented maritime injury cases aboard vessels with crews as small as a one sailor. Commonly, smaller vessels will be staffed by two to three crew members. Nonetheless, in many circumstances, persons working and injured on these vessels, no matter how small, may qualify for federal benefits under the Jones Act or general maritime law.

Many persons working aboard small boats are completely unfamiliar with their rights under federal law, and many often assume that because it's a "small" boat, they have no rights. However, in many circumstances an employer insurance collective group may provide insurance coverage. In appropriate circumstances, a lien against a vessel may arise automatically as a result of injury, resulting in the vessel becoming subject to attachment to ensure compensation for medical expense and injury loss.

In appropriate circumstances, we will meet with a client in Coos Bay or the greater Coos Bay area, and have often done so over the past many years. Also, we have assisted some of our clients in obtaining second medical opinions in Seattle so as to benefit from the latest medical technology.

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"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