FIRM OVERVIEW

Boston Admiralty Attorney

Seasoned Trial Lawyers, Working for Your Cause

THE KAPLAN/BOND GROUP is a workers law firm that takes on big challenges. Our adversaries often include large corporations and even larger insurance companies. We proactively face them with relentless preparation, aggressive strategies and a solid reputation for excellence.

Our personal injury and admiralty trial lawyers are intimately involved in your case every step of the way. Every client is different and every outcome must be specific to the case. We tailor our individualized approach to meet your specific needs. We take the time to thoroughly explain the process from the initial consultation to trial and, if necessary, upwards through appeal.

We Challenge the Law to the Highest Level and Fight to Change It

We pride ourselves on doing our own work, in-house, rather than outsourcing your case to another law firm. With over 30 years of legal experience, we provide knowledgeable representation in state, federal, and appellate court; including the United States Supreme Court. In 2005, we won a victory for our client in the landmark maritime case: Stewart v. Dutra Const. Co., 543 U.S. 481 (2005). The Supreme Court ruling expanded the rights of injured seamen nationwide. The Stewart decision is but one example of our ability to challenge the law and, when necessary, change it.

As one of our nation’s premier admiralty and maritime law firms, our trial lawyers represent injured working women and men, including:

But we are more than maritime trial lawyers. We also advocate for hardworking women and men who are injured because of:

 

Our clients are as diverse as our practice and include ALL injured workers — United States citizens and noncitizens.

THE KAPLAN/BOND GROUP maintains its presence on the cutting edge of hi-tech trial advocacy by employing multimedia presentations to obtain favorable settlements and courtroom victories. Our attorneys never stop learning and continually stay up-to-date on the law and the industries that employ our clients by regularly scouring current events, industry publications and the rules that govern the safety of those we represent.

Call us at (617) 261-0080 or contact our offices by e-mail to arrange a free consultation with a trial attorney at our Boston, Massachusetts office.