Representing Employees And Boaters Injured On The Water

Based in Cleveland, the law firm of Rumizen Weisman fights for maximum financial compensation and benefits for those injured while working on Lake Erie, on the Ohio River and elsewhere in the state. We also represent individuals hurt in boating accidents on lakes and rivers.

Our trial attorneys are highly respected for providing aggressive advocacy and obtaining impressive results. Over the years, we have recovered more than $100 million for our clients. Let us put our skill and passion to work for you today.

If You're An Employee, The Jones Act May Apply To You

The intense activity and challenging environment that maritime workers endure can easily lead to serious injuries or fatalities. If you were injured while working as a crew member, busboy, dock worker, navigator or as any other type of "seaman," you may qualify for federal benefits under the Jones Act.

At Rumizen Weisman, we maintain a keen grasp on the details of the Jones Act (the Merchant Marine Act of 1920) and other aspects of maritime law. From filing a claim for negligence or unseaworthiness to helping you pursue maintenance and cure benefits, we will walk you through the process step by step.

If You're A Pleasure Boater, You Need To Act Quickly

If you were injured in a recreational boating accident, it's vital for you to act as soon as possible to preserve any available evidence.

Unlike a car accident, a boating accident leaves no tire tracks or skid marks, so obtaining eyewitness testimony can be key. In addition to taking photos of the boats and your injuries, write down the contact information of any third parties who observed the collision. Then, contact our lawyers right away to get us started working on your case.

We Only Get Paid If We Are Successful

Rumizen Weisman handles all maritime injury and boating accident cases on a contingency fee basis, so we only get paid if you do. Don't hesitate to schedule a free consultation with us today. Simply call our Cleveland office at 216-273-6739 or send us an email.