Learn the Tricks Used to Cheat Offshore Workers
If you have been injured at work and you qualify for benefits under the Jones Act, you need as much information as possible before you take on your employer and its insurance company. 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.
Before you deal with the people responsible for your injury, order our FREE report on winning your Jones Act legal claim.
Brian Beckcom is board-certified attorney who specializes in representing victims of marine accidents. In his book, he explains the claims and lawsuit process in a typical Jones Act case and common pitfalls for injury victims, including:
- How you can tell if you can trust your company’s doctor
- When to 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 to do if you are offered a settlement
- Insider information that all accident victims need to know
This book has a retail value of $29.99. But if you are hurt offshore, you can get a copy of the book for FREE.
Your employer has probably 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 what your legal rights are.
Don’t fall into the insurance company’s traps! Order our free report now by filling out the form below, or call our offices toll-free at (877) 724-7800 for personalized information on your case.