At the maritime injury law firm of Latti & Anderson LLP in Boston and New Bedford, our lawyers represent injured clients from New England, across the East Coast, West Coast and around the country. Through special motions (pro hac vice) and teaming up
Top Admiralty Lawyers for Offshore Accidents and On Land Injuries
For more than 50 years, the injury law firm of Latti & Anderson LLP has been helping those hurt at sea as well as on land. When attorney Michael Latti started the maritime law firm in Boston decades ago, he did so with a mission to help injured merchant seamen, longshoremen, ship passengers, crew members, boaters, commercial fishermen and people hurt on land. His daughter, maritime attorney Carolyn Latti, continues this legacy today with her law partner, attorney David Anderson.
One of the Few Plaintiff's Maritime Attorneys on the East Coast
Staffed by a team of seasoned personal injury and maritime lawyers, competent support staff and a full-time investigator, Latti & Anderson LLP is the premiere injury law firm for maritime law and personal injury cases on the East Coast. Early on in her career, Carolyn received the recognition as a Massachusetts Lawyer of the Year in 2001, and her knowledge and experience in maritime law has only grown since then. Our injury firm is dedicated to helping injured victims and their families on every coast in the United States and at ports all over the world.
We are active in the legal community and have obtained millions of dollars in compensation on behalf of our clients and their families. We take the time to get to know our clients and care about what has happened to them. Our injury law firm can help by explaining their best options under admiralty law and making sure they take care of themselves and their families after a devastating offshore accident, injury or death.
Respected Jones Act Lawyers and Authorities on Maritime Law
Our injury law firm thoroughly understands maritime and admiralty law, and we can explain the law to you and make sure the law is properly applied to your case. Attorneys who deal with only injuries on land are not familiar with the complexities of federal maritime law; if a novice or someone unfamiliar with maritime law handles a maritime accident case, he or she can easily make mistakes that can cost you fair compensation.
Our Jones Act lawyers know maritime laws backward and forward, including:
Maritime wage disputes
The Jones Act
Limitation of Liability Act
Oceanographic Research Vessel Act
Unseaworthiness and defective equipment laws
Maintenance and cure
Defense Base Act
Third party longshoremen claims
Maritime insurance claims
We have the resources and experience to properly investigate the maritime accident as well as find the right experts to convince the judge and jury that you deserve compensation.
Get the Legal Representation You Need After an Offshore Accident or Personal Injury
Contact us today to meet our admiralty lawyers and staff to discuss your case. If you have suffered a serious injury on land or while working offshore in an accident at sea, we are ready to help you obtain the compensation to which you are entitled. Call now and set up an appointment we will review your injury case free of charge.
In the majority of maritime accident and personal injury cases, we operate on a contingent fee agreement where we only collect a fee if we recover money for you through a settlement or judgment. If we do not recover anything for you in a contingent fee case, you do not owe the injury law firm of Latti & Anderson LLP anything.
We also accept cases by attorney referral. Many lawyers throughout New England and the United States refer their offshore accident clients to us when they need a qualified maritime attorney. We abide by professional rules of conduct relating to referrals, and invite our colleagues to call us to discuss our referral fee arrangements.
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