Brian Wiklendt's skill as a Defense Base Act attorney is driven by the urgency with which he works for injured and ill men and women who have been denied medical care and benefits. Brian is an integral part and the lead practicing attorney for the Garfinkel Schwartz Defense Base Act and Longshore and Harbor Workers Act law firm in Maitland, Florida, and Titusville, Florida. Fortunately, the Defense Base Act and the Longshore Act give injured longshoremen and civilian contractors employee rights that includes: The right to: Choose their own doctor Attorney fees Medical care Compensation Insurance companies, however, don’t always do what’s right. Unfortunately this forces longshoremen and civilian contractors to get an attorney to fight for the benefits due to them when injured on the job. We'll help and we are committed to helping one family at a time.
- Georgia State University College of Law
- J.D. (1996) | Law
- Emory University
- B.A. (1992) | Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Economics and Political Science
- Free Consultation
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Under the Defense Base Act Law and the Longshore Act Law you will not pay U.S. attorney fees and nothing will be taken from your settlement.
- Maritime Law
- Defense Base Act Law
- Longshore and Harbor Workers Act Law
- English: Spoken, Written