Representing Victims of Maritime Accidents
San Francisco Personal Injury Lawyers
Maritime law is highly complex and requires the skilled and reliable legal counsel of a well-versed lawyer. At Walker, Hamilton & Kearns, LLP, our legal team possesses the knowledge and resources required to represent victims of maritime accidents. Our award-wining law firm provides representation to workers, passengers, and tourists injured on all types of boats.
Employees and passengers of boats, commercial vessels and oil rigs are exposed to numerous hazards every day, which could result in accidents such as:
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Sexual assault
- Food poisoning
- Wrongful death
Need to file a claim against a third-party? We can help.
Our firm also handles third-party injury claims for workers and personal injury claims for passengers covered by The Jones Act. A third-party claim may exist if defective equipment, a contractor, or another employer is at fault for your injury. This may include injuries caused by accidents involving commercial vessels, tugboats, barges, tankers, freighters, fishing boats, and ferries. Our San Francisco personal injury attorneys can seek damages from the negligent parties to cover your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and any accident-related costs.
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When it comes to seeking the compensation you need for your injuries, time is of the essence. The sooner you contact our firm, the sooner we can get started creating and presenting a results-driven claim. Many people hesitate to retain legal representation because they are afraid they cannot afford it. This is why we proudly accept cases on a contingency fee basis. What does this mean for you? It means you don’t have to pay us a dime unless we win your case.
Allow us to begin protecting your rights as an injured victim by scheduling a free case evaluation today. Find out what our 100 years of combined experience can do for you and your maritime accident case.