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Bristol Bay Fishing Accidents

Alaska - Bristol Bay - Fishing Accidents

The maritime lawyers at Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC are experienced in handling maritime injury cases for Bristol Bay fishermen. Crewmen working on fish tenders, gillnetters, fish processors, and seiners are entitled to benefits under Federal Maritime Law when they become injured or ill while working in the services of their vessels. Unfortunately, even the best crewmen are sometimes injured through no fault of their own. When those injuries are serious and permanent, you should consult with a maritime and admiralty lawyer experienced in handling Jones Act personal injury claims. The lawyers at Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC are available to explain your rights to maintenance and cure, unearned wages, and rights to compensation under the Jones Act.

The maritime lawyers at Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC have handled thousands of Jones Act injury claims. They have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for their clients located throughout the Nation. Lawyers in the firm are licensed to practice law in Alaska, Washington, and Oregon. The firm’s Alaska Jones Act lawyers are committed to getting their clients fair compensation for their injuries. They understand fishing accidents, and know how these accidents could have been prevented. They understand your injuries, and know how serious injuries can impact your ability to earn a living in the future. They are experienced in handling all types of commercial fishing accident cases, including claims for crewmen on gillnetters, seiners, tenders, and fish processors.

If you have questions about your rights to compensation for an injury, contact them for a free initial consultation.

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