This book was written by Brian Beckcom, a nationally known injury trial lawyer with a long track record of winning Jones Act cases. In this short book, he has highlighted only the most important information you need to know about the Jones Act after suffering an injury offshore and reveals the most common tricks and traps that can hurt your case, including:
- How to know if you can trust your company’s doctor
- When you should give a recorded statement to the insurance company
- The biggest mistakes injured people make in their cases
- How to hire the right attorney for your case
- What you should do if you are offered a settlement
PLUS: Get insider information that all accident victims need to know
Get Your Free Copy of The Insider's Guide to Winning Your Jones Act Case
This book is free to injury victims and their families. Get your downloadable ebook version immediately by filling out the contact form on this page or by calling us at 877.724.7800.
Hard copies are also available by request. We will help you get the information you need as quickly as possible.
Arm Yourself With the Information You Need After an Offshore Injury
If you've been injured offshore or inshore on a vessel of any kind, you may have extremely valuable legal rights. However, you need to understand that your employer, its lawyers, and the insurance companies know your rights are valuable so they will take immediate steps to protect themselves from any legal claims.
Your employer and its lawyers have a "bag of tricks" they can, and often do use to eliminate or greatly reduce the chances of you getting a fair settlement. A simple signature, a recorded statement, even a phone call can be used against you later when the insurance company denies your maritime injury claim.
Time is not on your side. You owe it to yourself and your family to get this free book now.
There is no reason to wait. Your employer has probably already been trying to get you to sign papers and see their own doctors since the moment you were injured. That’s because they want to get your claim settled before you know the full extent of your injury—and before you know your legal rights.