Who Can I Sue?
Defendants in unseaworthiness lawsuits include people and companies that had some degree of operational control over the vessel at the time of your injury.
General maritime claims may be brought against other companies that are negligent and responsible for your harm.
How Long Do I Have To Sue?
Typically maritime law lawsuits must be brought within 3 years of your injury. Sometimes exceptions apply.
What Damages Can I Recover?
In an injury case, unseaworthiness damages include:
- Pay you have lost already
- Pay you will lose in the future
- Past medical expenses
- Future medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of life’s enjoyment