LeGros offers professional representation in the areas of admiralty and maritime law, business and corporate law, employment law, civil litigation and insurance defense. Our dedication to meeting the needs of our clients – vessel owners, businesses, employers, and their insurers – is the key to our success. Our lawyers are licensed to practice in the states of Washington, Alaska, Oregon, and California, the Federal District Courts of Washington, Oregon, California, and Alaska, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
We maintain a substantial business practice, including establishment and representation of corporations, partnerships, joint ventures and other business entities. The Firm's business practice includes a full range of essential services.
LeGros represents clients in all aspects of commercial disputes and litigation including trials and appeals in all state and federal courts; federal and state proceedings; and arbitrations and mediations under alternative dispute resolution procedures.
We recommend a pro-active and preventive approach to employment, and when litigation cannot be avoided we work with employers to develop cost-effective litigation management strategies.
The Firm’s niche practice focused on both the marine industry and commercial real estate transactions affords our clients a unique breadth of in-depth experience with the federal, state, and local regulations.
Throughout our 125-year history we have provided comprehensive services in the areas of admiralty, maritime and transportation law and litigation encompassing every area of law for the maritime industry.
We have expertise in advising clients in navigating Medicare Secondary Payer issues in managing and resolving liability insurance, no-fault insurance, and workers’ compensation Medicare recovery cases.
LeGros represents employers, their insurers, and/or third party administrators in all aspects of the workers’ compensation system, including investigation, discovery, medical and benefit disputes, and before hearing officers and the workers’ compensation boards.