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At least six people were feared dead and others were injured following the recent collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge after it was struck by a large cargo ship. Construction workers on the bridge were missing as were the occupants of several cars that plunged into the frigid waters of the Patapsco River.

The Associated Press reported that Synergy Marine, which operated the vessel, and the ship’s owner, Grace Ocean Private Ltd., have been the subject of several lawsuits in U.S. federal courts involving worker injuries. Three of those lawsuits resulted in settlements.

If you or someone you know was seriously injured or killed in Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse, you may have grounds for a lawsuit.

Kline & Specter, with 60 attorneys, including five who are also highly skilled medical doctors – the most in the nation, has the experience and expertise to investigate and litigate massive accidents. The law firm provides free case reviews.

Among cases won by the law firm include the 2017 trial over the collapse of the Salvation Army thrift store in Center City Philadelphia that killed six people and injured 14 others. The trial, the longest in a civil case in Philadelphia history with 15 weeks of trial testimony, ultimately settled for $227 million. In arbitration that followed, Kline & Specter building collapse lawyers achieved the largest award for a single injured plaintiff — $95.6 million.

Our law firm works on a contingent fee basis, which means we only get paid if and when you are financially compensated. Case evaluations are free and confidential.

Kline & Specter handles cases in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York. For cases outside those states, such as Maryland, Kline & Specter works with local attorneys in each state as applicable.