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Tacoma, WA

Tacoma is significant for maritime injury at sea cases. Less than an hour away from our Seattle main office, is the home of the United States District Court, Western District of Washington. The Federal Court in Tacoma is frequently the location for litigation brought on behalf of our clients living in the Tacoma and southwest Washington communities.

Maritime CommunityTacoma is very important to the maritime community, both for fishing-related maritime activities, as well as large-scale commercial operations. We have many clients who live in the general Tacoma area, including South Seattle, Federal Way and Renton.

We maintain an office in Tacoma at 3639 N. Pearl Street, Tacoma, Washington, 98407, the offices of Matt Sweeting. As a personal injury lawyer, Mr. Sweeting works with us on longshore matters connected with maritime injury cases.

Many mariners working aboard factory trawlers live in Tacoma, commuting to Seattle to join Seattle-based factory trawling companies. Over the past few years, we have had clients working for: Aleutian Spray Fisheries, All Alaskan Seafoods, American Seafoods Company, Fishermen's Finest, Icicle Seafoods, Iquique, Norquest Seafoods, North Pacific Processors, Inc., Ocean Beauty Seafoods, Peter Pan Seafoods, Premier Pacific Seafoods, SnoPac Products, Inc., Supreme Alaska Seafoods, Trident Seafoods Corp., and Wards Cove Packing Company.

We have also represented commercial merchant mariners who live or worked in the Tacoma vicinity. The Port of Tacoma has been the site of several matters involving longshore claims, which we have been involved in, and the Port of Tacoma is home base to a number of licensed and unlicensed merchant mariners who have been our clients over the years.

We are frequently called upon to meet with clients in Tacoma to represent them in personal maritime injury cases.

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