Portsmouth – Virginia Maritime Lawyer Richard Serpe

Richard Serpe, a Jones Act and Maritime Injury Lawyer, has represented maritime workers who have been injured in the course of their employment, as well as those injured in recreational boating accidents. Attorney Richard Serpe is experienced with cases under the Jones Act and the general maritime law, and takes pride in helping those who were injured on our waterways due to no fault of their own.

Types of Maritime Accidents Richard Serpe handles: Wrongful DeathBarge AccidentsTug Boat AccidentsCommercial Fishing AccidentsCrane Accidents, Collision AccidentsShipyard AccidentsRecreational Boating & Jet Ski Accidents, Cruise Ship Accidentsand any other type of maritime accident.

Injured in a Portsmouth Maritime Accident?

Richard Serpe has a Masters Degree in maritime law from Tulane University School of Law, which he obtained after law school.  He has also obtained the highest ranking (Proctor) from the Maritime Law Association of the United States. He has successfully prosecuted cases under the Jones Act, bringing fair and just compensation to sailors who were injured while performing their duties.

Fighting for the Fair Compensation that You Deserve

Virginia Maritime Lawyer Richard Serpe has 29 years of experience in protecting the rights of injured seamen and other injured in a maritime accident; He knows how the insurers of commercial vessels will do everything they can to minimize their financial liability, even if it is at the expense of decent treatment for the injured.

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