Protecting Injured Crab Boat Accident Victims
Anyone who knows the Alaska fishing industry knows that crab fishing can be hazardous to even the most rugged worker’s health. The high seas are a dangerous place to work. Equipment can malfunction. Poorly maintained vessels can turn deadly in an instant.
If you have been injured in a crab boat accident in Alaska, our skilled Jones Act lawyer and maritime attorney Michael J. Schneider in Anchorage can help you. For more than 45 years, Michael J. Schneider has handled commercial fishing accidents and maritime death claims from accidents occurring in Alaska and the Bering Sea. Our clients have operated crab boats, squid vessels, trawlers, fish processing vessels and long liners. He knows how to investigate, negotiate and prosecute personal injury claims governed by federal maritime law, the Death on the High Seas Act and the Jones Act.
Serving You And Your Family
Attorney Schneider safeguards the interests of those who have suffered extremely serious injuries, as well as the families of workers who died in crab fishing accidents caused by negligence. He makes every effort to see that you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to under personal injury law, in negotiations or in court, to defray lost wages, pay medical bills and compensate your pain and suffering.
More Than 45 Years Fighting For The Justice You Deserve
Our law firm handles crab boat accident injury claims for fish processors and deckhands involved in:
- Crab pot launchers
- Stacking crab pots
- Crab blocks
- Line bins, line coilers and king coilers
- Bait choppers
- Picking booms
- Deck cranes
If you have suffered a serious or catastrophic crab fisherman injury, you have a friend and champion in our Anchorage law firm. We help you to understand your rights and work hard to win the full compensation you deserve.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
Your initial consultation is free of charge and you will pay no attorney fees unless we win settlement damages in your crab fishing accident injury claim.