Beard Stacey & Jacobsen
Jones Act, Maritime Injury, and Wrongful Death Lawyers
Beard Stacey & Jacobsen is among the leading maritime personal injury law firms in the nation. Our strong reputation has been built upon a foundation of success in even the toughest of cases. We have handled thousands of Jones Act injury claims and recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients throughout the country.
Our lawyers have represented over 50 families in claims for wrongful death of loved ones at sea. We have the compassion, understanding, skill, and knowledge to take on the most complex maritime injury cases.
We know how accidents happen aboard ships, tugs, fishing boats, barges, and derricks, and we know how those accidents could have been prevented. We understand how injuries impact a people's lives, and how those injuries will impact their ability to earn a living in the future. We at Beard Stacey & Jacobsen are dedicated to getting our clients fair compensation for their injuries, and when a fair settlement is not made, we are prepared to go to court. The lawyers at Beard Stacey & Jacobsen know how to prove negligence and unseaworthiness.
When you hire a lawyer at Beard Stacey & Jacobsen, you don’t hire only a single lawyer - you hire a maritime law firm with decades of experience handling maritime injury and death claims. When a maritime lawyer at Beard Stacey & Jacobsen tells you that he thinks you have a good case, you are assured that that opinion is based upon deep experience and the proven results of past cases.
The firm of Beard Stacey & Jacobsen has handled high profile cases such as the sinkings of the Alaska Ranger, Arctic Rose, Aleutian Enterprise, Katmai, Pace Setter, Galaxy, Lee III, and many others. We represent seamen injured or taken ill aboard fishing vessels, fish processors, crab boats, tug boats, ships, ferry boats, derricks, barges, dredges, and all other types of vessels.
If you have suffered a serious injury working at sea, contact the maritime lawyers at Beard Stacey & Jacobsen for a free initial consultation. Don’t guess about your rights to compensation under maritime law. We pride ourselves on fairly evaluating cases and giving our clients straight advice.
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