Maritime Law Injury Attorneys, Jones Act Lawyers Alaska • Washington • Oregon • Clients Nationwide
Working as a seaman is the most dangerous job in the world.
The maritime law and jones act attorneys of Beard Stacey & Jacobsen have represented thousands of injured seamen, fishermen, processors, deckhands, tugboat workers, and ferry workers in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington. Our injury lawyers have won millions of dollars in compensation for injured crewmen.
Beard Stacey & Jacobsen, LLP are recognized as leading maritime injury lawyers throughout the country
Helping injured seamen and fishermen is all we do. We know the industry inside out because our attorneys have handled thousands of maritime injury claims.
Let us put our decades of maritime law experience to work on your claim. Contact a maritime attorney at Beard Stacey & Jacobsen in Seattle or Anchorage today. It costs you nothing to find out if you have a case. You pay no attorney fees unless we win money for you.
Before choosing a maritime and admiralty lawyer to represent you, compare the other attorney’s experience and success to that of our firm. Beard Stacey & Jacobsen's attorneys have successfully handled over 50 maritime death claims. We have represented families of seamen lost in Alaska fishing accidents, including the widely publicized sinkings of the Alaska Ranger, Katmai, Arctic Rose, Aleutian Enterprise, Pacific Apollo, Vestfjord, Oceanic, Lin J, Pacesetter, and Galaxy.
Why Should You Choose Beard Stacey & Jacobsen to Represent You?
The answer is simple: Beard Stacey & Jacobsen is the most experienced maritime firm in the Pacific Northwest. We have handled thousands of maritime personal injury and Jones Act claims, recovering millions of dollars for our clients. Our legal practice is limited to representing crewmen injured while working at sea. Our maritime attorneys have unmatched experience in representing crewmen who have been injured aboard crab boats, trawlers, draggers, gillnetters, ships and tugs. The maritime lawyers of Beard Stacey & Jacobsen have not handled a few maritime cases, they have handled thousands. It is what we do. It is all we do.
Our attorneys represent injured seamen and injured fishermen who live throughout the United States, including Anchorage, Alaska; Seattle, Washington; and Portland, Oregon. To discuss your claim with an experienced maritime lawyer, contact us and learn about your rights to compensation. Let us put our long history of winning cases for injured seamen, fishermen, tugboat workers, and maritime employees to work for you.
Contact a Maritime Law and Jones Act Attorney at Beard Stacey & Jacobsen.
FAILURE TO PROVIDE MAINTENANCE AND CURE - $1.6 million
An engineer aboard an Alaska fish processor injured his back while lifting a heavy sheet of metal. The employer denied his maintenance and cure despite medical opinions recommending further treatment.
FISH PROCESSOR INJURY CLAIM - $3.35 million
TRAWL WINCH INJURY CLAIM - $1.8 million
Jones Act claim for shoulder and arm injury caused by negligent operation and maintenance of a trawl winch.
FISH PROCESSOR WRONGFUL DEATH - $1.5 million
Jones Act Verdict For Deckhand Crushed Foot Vessel found unseaworthy and negligent when moving deck hatch rolled over Deckhand's foot on a clam boat.
Ship Board Explosion Injures Deckhand Circulating seawater compressor explosion results in fisherman suffering severe burns.
Deckhand on tug boat injured by defective equipment.
Oil response worker died when negligently installed anchor cable unspooled from winch.
Fish Processor improperly trained in cleaning surimi auger, arm pulled into running auger.
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Maritime Primary Duty Doctrine Article
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Negligence Claims under the Jones Act
Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
Lost Earning Capacity