Practice Areas

Experienced San Diego Attorney

California Maritime Personal Injury Lawyer

Have your workplace rights have been violated? Are you an employer involved in an employment dispute? Are you a maritime worker who has been injured on the job? Have you been injured in an accident through no fault of your own? At the Law Office of Frank S. Clowney, III, I represent people who have employment law, maritime law or personal injury concerns.

I give personal attention and aggressive representation to all of my clients.Call the Law Office of Frank S. Clowney, III, at 866.604.1775 or 619.618.2419 or contact an experienced San Diego attorney online.

At a free and confidential first meeting, my goal is to hear the entirety of your story and look at it from a legal perspective. Then, we will explore your legal options together.

If I believe you may have a legal basis to move forward with a lawsuit, I will inform you immediately. Should you retain my services, I will vigorously, tenaciously and knowledgeably advocate for you in negotiations and in courts of law.

Employment Law — Employees

As an employment law attorney in San Diego, I have considerable experience resolving disputes over employee rights. My firm has represented clients who have been discriminated based on their:

I have also helped clients who have unpaid overtime and who have problems with their employer's policies regarding meals and rest breaks. If you were wrongfully terminated, I can help you bring a claim against your former employer.

Employment Law — Employers

I offer employers advice on compliance with the rules and regulations governing appropriate workplace behaviors and conditions. I regularly represent employers in employment law matters, including negotiating severance packages and disputing discrimination charges.

Maritime Law

Under the Seamen's Act and the Jones Act, workers injured while on tankers, freighters, fishing boats and other commercial sea vessels are provided legal protections and remedies. They are able to seek compensation for injuries they suffered while on the job. Even if you work partially on shore or were not assigned to one specific vessel, you may qualify to receive compensation under the Jones Act.

Personal Injury

Insurance companies, in my experience, seek to minimize responsibility and minimize payments for injuries suffered. I have helped clients deal with insurers in an effort to secure fair compensation when they have been injured in a car accident, boating accident or on a cruise ship.

I care about my clients. Call 866.604.1775 or 619.618.2419 or contact my law office online to discuss your legal concern.