Injury At Sea
Injury at Sea is a Washington state law firm that only represents injured seaman, cruise ship passengers, dock workers, and oil rig workers hurt by the negligence of their employers or cruise lines. The law firm has offices in the port cities of Seattle and Tacoma. The firm's attorneys are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for free, confidential initial phone consultations through their toll-free phone number 800-SEA-SALT. Callers will automatically be connected with the firm’s on-duty attorney. The law firm handles all cases on a contingency basis. Clients never pay attorneys’ fees unless Injury at Sea obtains financial compensation for them in a trial or settlement agreement.
The law firm's attorneys Tom Evans and George Knowles have decades of experience handling maritime injury and accident claims. Injury at Sea has secured more than $25 million for clients in jury verdicts at trial and through settlement agreements. Each attorney brings real-life experience as a commercial fisherman or dockworker to the firm. Attorney Evans is a former Seattle longshoreman, King County Deputy Prosecutor, and Washington State Assistant Attorney General. Attorney Knowles is a commercial fisherman himself, owning a 125-foot Bering Sea crab vessel.
Injury at Sea's attorneys are members of the American Trial Lawyers Association, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, and Maritime Lawyers Section of the State Trial Lawyers. Mr. Knowles also serves the legal community by mediating maritime personal injury cases when asked by other admiralty lawyers to help.
- F/V Star King sunk, Five saved by F/V Sea Ballad
7 January 2017
- F/V Lady Gudny disabled and adrift, Four rescued, CG Cutter SPAR in trouble
6 January 2017
- Injured far out at sea, now safe
6 January 2017
- Search Suspended, presumed drowned
4 January 2017
- Penalty for Laser Strike on Ferry
3 January 2017
- Disoriented Crabber saved
1 January 2017
- Six rescued. Vessel lost.
29 December 2016
- F/V Transit – crewman update
19 December 2016
- Just in – F/V Transit crewman medevaced
18 December 2016