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Adam Eugene Deitz

Adam Eugene Deitz

An attorney and licensed mariner representing individuals injured on the water.
  • Maritime Law
  • Alaska, Connecticut, New York, Oregon, Washington
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Adam Deitz is a maritime personal injury attorney licensed to practice law in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, New York, and Connecticut. Adam is also a licensed mariner with experience navigating commercial passenger vessels on both coasts. He is proud to use his years of experience to represent individuals who were injured on or around the navigable waters of the United States, including Jones Act seamen, vessel passengers, longshoremen, and recreational boaters.

Practice Area
Maritime Law
  • Free Consultation
    Free initial 30 minute consultation
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Alaska Bar Association
ID Number: 2011139
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State of Connecticut Judicial Branch
ID Number: 436814
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New York
New York State Office of Court Administration
ID Number: 5423181
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Oregon State Bar
ID Number: 206330
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Washington State Bar Association
ID Number: 55965
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Maritime Attorney
Mariner Law, PLLC
- Current
Anderson Carey Williams & Neidzwski
Associate Attorney
Freehill Hogan & Mahar
Associate Attorney
Tisdale and Nast Law Offices
Roger Williams University School of Law
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Ones to Watch
Best Lawyers
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Professional Associations
Maritime Law Association of the United States
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Washington State Association for Justice
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American Association for Justice
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Articles & Publications
Coast Guard Has No Affirmative Duty to Rescue Mariners in Peril
California Court Considers Meaning of “Best Available Science” in Environmental Reviews
Speaking Engagements
Current Issues in Maritime Law
Washington State Bar Association
Proctor in Admiralty
Maritime Law Association of the United States
Websites & Blogs
Legal Answers
5 Questions Answered
Q. I need to place a lien on a boat but the owner has removed the boat without paying dockage and repairs.
A: Whether you have a valid lien and if/how you should enforce same are complicated questions of law that you should discuss in detail with an experienced maritime lawyer. However, if the Vessel is documented with the United States Coast Guard, the process of recording a lien is fairly simple. Here's some guidance from the National Vessel Documentation Center:
Q. Maintenance and Cure, Jones Act applicability. Need Help
A: You should contact a maritime personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
Q. If i got hurt on a cruise ship as a passenger is there anyway i could get back my money i had to pay for the jones act.
A: Hello. Passenger injury claims are handled a little differently than Jones Act cases under maritime law. You're best bet is to consult with an experienced maritime lawyer about how you were injured and whether any legal remedies are available under the circumstances.
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Contact & Map
Mariner Law, PLLC
Mount Vernon
406 S 1st St, #300
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Telephone: (360) 399-2788
Notice: *Available by Appointment
Mariner Law, PLLC
4949 S. Macadam Ave.
2nd Floor, # 83
Portland, OR 97239
Telephone: (971) 394-9900
Notice: *Available by Appointment
Mariner Law, PLLC
40 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
Telephone: (646) 558-1776
Notice: *Available by Appointment
Mariner Law, PLLC
539 Broadway
Tacoma, WA 98402
Telephone: (253) 600-2531
Notice: *Available by Appointment