You've been hurt offshore. Your employer has taken witness statements, obtained a recorded statement (or tried to) from you, assigned an insurance representative to your case, and shuttled you to and from medical appointments with company-selected medical providers.
Your employer is promising to "take care of" you. Its attorneys and insurance representatives are at your door, maybe pushing you to sign papers, maybe pressuring you back to work. Maybe even offering you a little bit of money if you'll just "sign some papers."
Your employer, maybe even your co-workers, are discouraging you from hiring an attorney or pursuing legal action. You're hearing rumours that you may get fired. Or blackballed in the industry.
You don't know who you can trust, and you don't know what to do. How do you get information you can trust from someone who isn't in the back pocket of your employer?
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This book reveals the "secrets" the insurance companies use on vulnerable injured maritime workers like you. It reveals their tricks. It uncovers the traps.
And it explains how to avoid making some very bad mistakes that could instantly kill your chances of success.
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It simply makes no sense. But all too often, I see injured marine workers put all their trust in the company doctors, the insurance claims representatives, their bosses, only to find out at the end that this trust was misplaced and now they are out of a job, unable to find employment in the industry, and unable to pay their bills.
Chances are, if you find yourself in this situation, you fell victim to one of the many insider tricks employers use on people like you.
Here are just a few examples of how your employer may try to trick you:
1. Request that you give a "recorded statement" (can be a HUGE mistake if you say yes);
2. Schedules you for an appointment with a company doctor (wonder what the company doctor will say?);
3. Require you to come back to work at either full or "light duty" (is there really any "light duty" in the maritime industry?)
4. Try to convince you they are on your side (do you really believe that?).
5. Triy to convince you to take a settlement that is way too low (they don't want you to get independent advice so they can buy you off cheap);
6. Threaten to "blackball" you in the marine industry (normally an empty threat).
Your employer undoubtedly has millions of dollars and can hire an "army" of lawyers and insurance adjusters to help protect its bottom line.
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My book will prepare you for what to expect, tell you exactly how to avoid common tricks and traps, and will provide you with insider information the companies do not want you to have.
I also got fed up seeing some lawyers claim they knew how to effectively represent an injured maritime worker only to see them make mistake after mistake that eventually caused the employee to get significantly less money than was reasonable or fair.
So I wrote a book specifically designed to help injured maritime workers. The book is not for lawyers, insurance companies, maritime companies, or company management. The book is written specifically for workers and is packed with useful, easy to read, non-lawyerly information about maritime injury claims.
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Dedicated to your success,