Over 80 Combined Years Of Maritime Law Experience

Pot Cod Vessel Claims

Pot cod vessel deckhands are seamen entitled to the protections of the Jones Act and the general maritime law. If you work on the deck of a pot cod vessel, you can rest assured that our attorneys will make sure you receive all the damages available to you, including no-fault maintenance, cure and unearned wages – and damages under the Jones Act and for unseaworthiness, including damages for lost income, pain and suffering, and medical costs.

Whether pot cod fishing in the Alaska State Pacific Cod fisheries in the Aleutian Island, South Alaska Peninsula, Western Gulf or Chignik areas, or aboard vessels fishing the federal western Gulf of Alaska fishery, deckhands working aboard pot cod fishing vessels have many things in common – their work is hard and fast, often requiring them to work long hours and in rough seas. Whether baiting a pot, throwing a hook, or running the block, deckhand work aboard a pot cod fishing vessel requires constant attention and little room for error.

We Have The Experience And Knowledge To Help You Recover

At Trueb Berne & Beard, LLP, our attorneys have decades of experience handling pot cod deckhand maritime injury and wrongful death claims. Our understanding of maritime insurance and how pot cod fisheries and pot cod vessels are run gives you the added edge in having us resolve your maritime injury and wrongful death claims – be it by settlement or trial.

Call 907-802-4559 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. With over 80 combined years of experience — and millions of dollars won for our clients — our attorneys have the skills to help you recover.