South Jersey & Philadelphia Maritime Accident Lawyers

Keeping You Afloat After an Injury at Sea

Maritime accidents require a law firm experienced navigating the legal intricacies that these types of accidents may bring. The Philadelphia maritime accident lawyers at Freedman & Lorry, P.C. dedicate their time and parlay their experience into representing maritime workers and others injured in accidents on or near bodies of water. With over 65 years’ experience in Admirality law, we provide the skills and knowledge that our clients need to obtain the necessary benefits that will assist in their recovery and protect their future.

Maritime Accidents are Different

If you never worked on the water or aboard a ship, you may not realize that the laws governing maritime accidents differ greatly from land accidents. Our firm represents a wide range of maritime professionals including seamen, longshoremen, maritime labor unions, fishermen, and any individuals injured aboard any type of watercraft including fishing boats, tugs, barges, merchant or military ships as well as any adjacent marine terminals. Whether the accident took place in international or local waters, or workers sustained injuries at Pennsylvania and New Jersey shipping terminals and ports, our firm offers skilled legal guidance to our clients. Our extensive knowledge regarding the Jones Act, Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act, and general maritime law gives us the power to handle the toughest cases.

If you were injured in a maritime accident, contact the South Jersey maritime accident lawyers at Freedman & Lorry, P.C. for legal counsel. Call us today at 888-999-1962 or contact us online to schedule a consultation. We serve clients in Southern and Central New Jersey, Philadelphia, and North Carolina.

Testimonials

“Dear Mr. Linker: Thank you for taking my case and getting me the settlement you did. To think that I might have forfeited that sum of money if you hadn’t had your website out there, educating me on what I was entitled to for my injuries under the Defense Base Act. Certainly, neither my employer nor the insurance company…”

Diane

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“I’m happy to report, that once again we have prevailed in an unjust firing at the Philadelphia Inquirer. Arbitrator Richard Kasher ruled on August 31st that the employer did not have good and reasonable cause to demote, and then terminate sports columnist Stephen A. Smith in January of 2008.

Bill Ross

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Paul Himmel is an outstanding attorney who from the moment I met him made me feel at ease with my situation. I was very nervous throughout this process and Paul and his team ensured I was able to relax and clearly understand the objective at hand. With this being my first time in such a position…

Anonymous

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