Injury At Sea was started by Thomas C. Evans. Mr. Evans has been practicing maritime law since 1975, and began his maritime work as a longshoreman on the docks of Seattle in 1964.
Jim missed the Pacific Northwest and returned there in 2007 with his wife and three children. Jim is now a partner with Injury at Sea and a passionate advocate for those injured at sea and is a contributing member of the Washington State Association for Justice Maritime Section.
We offer over 80 years of combined experience in maritime injury legal representation working in association with highly qualified marine safety investigators, naval experts, injury experts, Board-certified medical personnel, physical capacities experts, job experts, and economists. We provide experienced maritime legal representation in all aspects of maritime injury, including injury at sea and shoreside situations, injured fishermen, deckhands, officers, merchant mariners, factory trawler workers, crabbers, ferry workers, longshoremen, cruise ship crewmembers and passengers, and recreational boaters. Maritime injury cases are all we do.Our Pledge
Our experience includes litigation and claims representing injured workers residing throughout the United States, Mexico, South America, Europe, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Canada, Vietnam, Korea, Hong Kong, Central America, and Thailand.
We give our clients experienced claims representation on a contingency-fee basis. Please see information about Contingency Fees – No Fee Unless You Win on this website. In most cases, we do not charge for recovering medical treatment expenses, wages due, and maintenance (living expense) when these are part of a general damages claim. We also offer the financial resources to fund and pay for very substantial case preparation costs, such as the costs of experts in medical, naval, injury, and damage issues.
We provide immediate, no-obligation telephone consultation for maritime injury cases at the telephone number on this website.
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