Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC
The attorneys at the law firm of Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC represent seaman and passengers in maritime personal injury cases. The law firm's attorneys Joseph S. Stacey and James Jacobsen have handled thousands of Jones Act injury claims for clients working at sea aboard fishing boats, processing ships, tugboats, barges, and cruise ships. They do not represent corporations, employers, or insurance companies, but they do battle these entities for their hard-working clients. Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC knows that clients who are injured while on the job at sea may be entitled to far greater legal compensation under federal maritime law than what they might otherwise recover if they filed state workers compensation claims. The firm's lawyers have obtained dozens of million dollar recoveries for clients in Jones Act trial verdicts and settlements.
Before he started to practice law, attorney Jacobsen worked aboard fishing vessels as merchant seaman, fisherman, and longshoreman. Attorney Stacey comes from working family roots, and labored in a paper mill during the summer to pay for college. Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC knows the law, the hard work and intense conditions that their clients experience, as well as the impact that not being able to work can have upon those who work at sea, and what it means for their families.
University of Oregon School of Law
Seattle University School of Law
Georgetown University Law Center
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