About Anderson Carey & Williams
Generally, vessel owners, employers, and employees in the maritime industry all know that there is a certain amount of risk involved working in the maritime environment. In fact when it comes to companies that employ maritime workers or ship owners, they have a duty of reasonable care to mitigate that risk to the employee as much as possible. However, sometimes concern for profit margins and deadlines becomes a more prominent concern than employee safety, resulting in negligence.
Unfortunately, this negligence often results in injury to a maritime worker, such as a fisherman, longshoreman, or deckhand, and that employee then becomes a liability to the company. Fortunately, if you are a maritime employee injured due to negligence, maritime law provides you protection and a means for recovery. A skilled and experienced maritime injury attorney in the Pacific Northwest is an important advocate in holding the negligent maritime company responsible for your injury, and ensuring you receive adequate damages.
Pacific Northwest Maritime Law Firm
Driven by a passion for their own individual maritime pursuits, the qualified maritime injury lawyers at Anderson Carey & Williams have decades of experience fighting for maritime injury damage recovery in cases like yours. Since 1977, our attorneys have felt a strong duty to secure the compensation injured seamen and harbor workers need and have fought relentlessly to obtain those damages.
With offices based in the Pacific Northwest, Anderson Carey & Williams has resources that can serve any maritime injury claim in the United States, including Washington, Alaska, California, Oregon, and Hawaii. We are not afraid to take on big maritime employers or insurance companies, and will do whatever it takes to prove negligence or unseaworthiness in your case. To find out what Anderson Carey & Williams can do for your maritime injury claim, call 1-800-262-8529 today and schedule your free initial case consultation.
Our Dedicated Team of Maritime Injury Attorneys
David B. Anderson – With over 35 years of legal experience, David has been passionate about the maritime cause since he first owned a skiff as a boy. Since that time, David has also owned and operated various vessels, including a tugboat. Admitted to practice law in Washington, Alaska, and Oregon, David combines this maritime passion with his devotion to legal advocacy by representing maritime injury clients in both state and federal courts.
Gordon T. Carey, Jr. – As a partner for Anderson Carey & Williams, Gordon is a strong advocate for injured seamen and other injured maritime workers. Gordon has over 35 years of experience practicing law, and is a proctor for the Maritime Law Association. He can represent you and your maritime injury case coast-to-coast. He is licensed to practice law in Washington State, Oregon, the U.S. District Court of Washington, the U.S. District Court of Oregon, the Ninth Circuit of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Douglas R. Williams – Doug began nurturing his passion for the maritime industry at an early age, spending much of his childhood in the crew quarters of cruise ships with his father. Graduating magna cum laude and achieving membership in the Order of the Coif at Florida State University’s law school, Doug began his career working for the defendants in maritime injury cases. Now a strong advocate for those who have suffered due to negligence in the maritime industry, this experience gives him a more balanced perspective in serving his clients.
Nicholas J. Neidzwski – is an associate at Anderson Carey & Williams admitted to practice law in Washington, California, and Arizona. Nick is an active member of the legal community and has lectured on topics including maintenance and cure, ethics, and insurance bad faith. Nick is a proud champion for the disenfranchised and confidently fights for justice on behalf of injured maritime workers and their loved ones.
Anderson Carey & Williams | Passionate Advocates for Injured Maritime Employees
Decades of combined experience, a shared passion for the maritime industry, and a team approach are what drive the success of Anderson Carey & Williams. If you are a seaman or other maritime worker in the Pacific Northwest, including in the North Pacific, Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska, Puget Sound, or the Inside Passage of Southeast Alaska, or elsewhere in the United States, contact the experienced maritime injury attorneys of Anderson Carey & Williams. They will fight to recover for you the damages you need for your maritime injury. Your first consultation is free, so call 1-800-262-8529 today and schedule yours.