A longshoreman, harbor worker, seaman, or shipyard worker has specific rights and may be entitled to benefits when injured on the job. At our offshore injury law firm, our experienced attorneys are committed to representing the rights of injured maritime workers throughout Washington and the entire U.S. We assist workers injured in offshore accidents as well as families of seamen who have lost their lives as the result of serious maritime injuries. Under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, Death on the High Seas Act, Jones Act, or general maritime law, you may be entitled to financial compensation that may make all the difference in your ability to rebuild and move on with your life after a serious accident, illness, or injury. Allow a maritime injury attorney at Arnold & Itkin LLP the opportunity to fight for a fair settlement or verdict on your behalf.
Why should you consider involving a Washington offshore injury lawyer? Maritime injury claims can be complex and difficult to deal with, particularly if you have the burden of proving negligence, as in the case with Jones Act claims. An attorney who is experienced with maritime law can properly handle your case in order to seek maximum benefits on your behalf. When you consider the medical bills and loss of earnings you may be dealing with, it is crucial to recover the greatest amount of monetary damages possible.
Our maritime injury lawyers represent clients throughout the United States in all types of maritime injury and offshore injury claims. We can assist workers at any of the ports in Washington as well as seamen working on vessels that visit these ports. We have included some helpful information about the key ports and port cities in Washington State:
We also serve clients throughout the other port cities in Washington (there are more than 40 ports in the state), including the Port of Grays Harbor, Port of Almota, Port of Blaine, Port of Bremerton, Port of Central Ferry, Port of Edmonds, Port of Friday Harbor, Port of Garfield, Hoquiam Harbor, Port of Kingston, Port of Longview, Port of Peninsula, Port of Vancouver, and Port of Woodland.
Your initial consultation with a Jones Act attorney at our firm is free and completely confidential. This may be your opportunity to find out more about your rights as a seaman, dock worker, shipyard worker, or harbor worker. When your financial security and future depend on the outcome of your offshore injury claim, make sure you choose a firm with a track record of success. Contact a Washington offshore injury attorney at our law offices.
Arnold & Itkin represented nearly a third of the crewmembers injured in the Deepwater Horizon explosion.
Because maritime law is so complex and so complicated, it is crucial that you work with an attorney who has an in-depth understanding of how it works and who has proven themselves in similar cases before.