Alaska Fishing Accidents

Alaska Fishing Accident Lawyers

Our lawyers have extensive experience representing crewmen injured in Alaska fishing accidents. We have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients under the Jones Act and Federal Maritime Law. If you have been injured while working aboard a crab boat, fish processing vessel, catcher processor, trawler, or long liner, you should contact an experienced maritime lawyer as soon as possible after your accident to protect your rights.

Under the Jones Act, a seaman who is injured through negligence of the ship or a fellow crewman may recover compensation for his injuries. This compensation includes damages for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, economic losses, and retraining costs.

Hire Maritime Lawyers Experienced in Alaska Fishing Accidents

The Lawyers at Stacey & Jacobsen, LLP are proud of their experience representing Alaska Fishermen. The firm has litigated some of the highest profile fishing cases in Alaska, including cases involving sinkings of the following vessels:

ALASKA RANGER ~ ALEUTIAN ENTERPRISE ~ ARCTIC ROSE ~ KATMAI

Stacey & Jacobsen, LLP understand how accidents happen at sea and how those accidents can be prevented. They understand fishermen. They know their jobs, and understand how injuries can impact a fisherman’s career.

Proven Results in Alaska Fishing Accident Claims

The lawyers at Stacey & Jacobsen, LLP have represented thousands of injured Alaska commercial fishermen. They understand what it takes to get you the fair compensation you deserve for your injuries. Don’t guess about your rights, contact a lawyer at Stacey & Jacobsen, LLP for a free initial consultation.

Our Successes
$16,000,000 - Jury Verdict for Ferry Worker Injury Gangway Collapse
$4,200,000 - Wrongful Death Judgment for longshoreman killed by unsafe cargo container stow.
$4,000,000 - Jones Act Maritime Wrongful Death
$4,000,000 - Burn Injuries Fire and explosion in engine room of fishing vessel.
$3,500,000 - Brain Injury Tug boat deckhand injured by defect in barge’s crane.
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