Lawyers for Oregon Jones Act Injury Victims
If you sustained a Jones Act injury while working in the maritime industry in Oregon, you need an attorney to advise you of your rights and legal options. But not just any attorney will do.
Contact Beard, Stacey and Jacobsen, LLP, in Seattle, Washington. Our law practice is dedicated to helping injured maritime workers recover the benefits and compensation they deserve under the Jones Act, the Death on the High Seas Act and general maritime law.
A Record of Results for Injured Seamen
JJoe Stacey, one of the founding partners of Beard, Stacey and Jacobsen, LLP, is licensed to practice in Oregon, and he has an impressive record of representing Jones Act injury victims in the state. In some cases, we also represent injured longshoremen and harbor workers as well as the survivors of those who died a wrongful death while working in the maritime industry.
The firm's maritime lawyers have decades of experience helping injured maritime workers recover the full amount of compensation they deserve. We have handled thousands of cases and recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients.
Millions in Compensation for Oregon Jones Act Injury Victims
For example, the firm settled a wrongful death claim for $1 million in an Oregon crab boat sinking and recovered 1.4 million dollars for the wrongful death of a ship's captain. Our attorneys also recovered $1.5 million for an Oregon tugboat captain who suffered severe arm fractures while offloading a crane from a barge, and a $2.1 million Portland jury verdict for a tugboat deckhand.
To learn how we can help you, please contact us today to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation. We represent clients on a contingency basis, so our fee comes out of the money we obtain for you. If we do not recover money damages in your maritime injury claim, you will pay no attorney fees at all.