Our Maritime Attorneys Represent Injured Victims Nationwide
The maritime attorneys at Latti & Anderson LLP represent injured clients throughout the country for injuries sustained all over the world. When you are injured in a maritime accident, you do not have to seek help from an attorney in your home state, or from the state you are injured in. Maritime law is federal law, and, as such, it is important not to choose the attorney closest to you, but the best maritime attorney in the nation. At Latti & Anderson LLP, we believe our nationwide maritime trial lawyers are the best at their specialties.
Our attorneys form a powerful legal team that excels in representing those injured at sea. Our attorneys have a male and female dynamic that allows well-rounded perspectives for all different types of clients.
Female maritime attorney and firm partner Carolyn Latti believes in the importance of family and fights to protect the families of her clients that are injured or killed while working at sea. She was named in the Top 10 Massachusetts Lawyers of the Year in 2001 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and has also been recognized in their “Top Ten Verdicts of the Year” twice. Partner and admiralty lawyer David Anderson has more than 20 years of experience in maritime law, personal injury law and wrongful death cases. He is also a family man that believes in hard work and dedication to whatever task is at hand. David fights for his clients with long hours and extra work, making him a dedicated and powerful force in maritime law.
Do You Need a Maritime Attorney?
If you have been injured working at sea or involved in a cruise ship, ferry or boating accident, our nationwide maritime trial lawyers can help you get fair compensation. All of our attorneys have a deep understanding of maritime and federal laws that apply to maritime accidents all over the world, and we can help you figure out who is liable for you or your loved one’s injuries. Call our office today to discuss your case.
Latti & Anderson LLP– Nationwide maritime attorneys