The Law Offices of Charles D Naylor
Cases brought by the Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor
The Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor are a top-rated law firm in Southern California. Their attorneys have over 30 years of experience and have settled or tried hundreds of cases. They represent injury victims in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and southern California ports.
Before starting his legal career, Naylor was a law clerk at the Tennessee Supreme Court, working under Justice Jeffrey S. Bivins. This experience gave him invaluable insight into the legal process. He spent a great deal of time researching case law and writing opinions. His opinions covered various topics, including constitutional law, attorney discipline, and healthcare liability.
Cases brought by the Law Offices of CDC Naylor include:
Maritime personal injury cases
Located in the center of ports, The Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor specializes in maritime personal injury law. Our maritime personal injury attorneys are prepared to provide the best service possible. You can contact us with questions or schedule a consultation. Our offices are conveniently located in Long Beach, California.
Our maritime attorneys have decades of combined experience in maritime litigation. They are also certified in admiralty and maritime law. Mr. Naylor has earned an outstanding reputation among his peers for high ethical standards and success in injury cases. He has been named a finalist for the Consumer Attorney of the Year Award and received the CLAY Award from California Lawyer Magazine. He also earned an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell. His recent work included representing the widow of a longshore worker in a wrongful death/LHWCA/product liability trial against DaimlerChrysler.
When a maritime personal injury occurs, it’s crucial to seek medical treatment immediately. The Jones Act protects the rights of injured seamen, but you must prove that the boat owner or ship owner was negligent in causing your damage. An experienced maritime lawyer can help you receive the medical treatment you need to recover from your injury.
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Peer reviews are conducted annually by the publication Best Lawyers. Attorneys are rated on 12 criteria, including the quality of their work. The evaluation process is designed to capture the opinions of leading attorneys. Clients who have used the services of the Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor can expect to receive top-tier representation and personalized attention.
Peer reviews of the Law Offices of C.D. Naylor can help determine which attorney or law firm suits your case. Attorneys can earn the respect of their peers by demonstrating a track record of successful results. If you are injured on the job, you should consider hiring an attorney with years of experience and a reputation for success.
Attorney Charles D. Naylor has aggressively represented injured maritime workers for more than 40 years. He is certified by the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization in Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act, Jones Act, and maritime personal injury. In addition, he has significant experience in the area of cruise ship injury. His recent results include a $55.2 million jury verdict for a cruise ship injury victim against DaimlerChrysler.
Experience matters. Experience is vital to winning a maritime personal injury case. Charles D. Naylor and his staff have decades of combined experience helping injured maritime workers. They have successfully settled or tried hundreds of cases in Los Angeles to Long Beach ports. Their legal expertise and experience have earned them a national reputation among their peers.
Experience is also essential when hiring a lawyer. Mr. Naylor has served as a board member of the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization, a board that develops standards of legal expertise. He is also an adjunct law professor at Chapman University School of Law.