Everyone loves a good ring tone, but with so many to choose from these days, it can get pretty difficult narrowing down the selections to settle upon just one for your phone. Cell phone users can pick between popular hit songs, customized tones or can even record their own tune. There is really no limit to what can be done when it comes to creating a ring tone for cell phones these days – and music sensation Curtis Stigers knows this all too well.
Stigers is an American jazz musician from Boise, Idaho whose unique vocal style has garnered him much acclaim. The multi-talented artist is also a revered singer-songwriter, saxophonist and guitarist. He has released several albums in his day and his music has even been featured in television shows including “Dawson’s Creek.” Most recently, Stigers’ song “This Life” is used as the intro to the popular show “Sons of Anarchy,” and he also created “John the Revelator” for the show’s season 1 finale.
One of his biggest fans is maritime lawyer, Charles R. Lipcon, who was so impressed with Stigers’ musical genius that he asked him to create a customized ring tone for his cell in conjunction with a charitable contribution to the Vail Jazz Fest made by Lipcon. The soulful tune, titled “Chuck the Litigator,” is so inspiring it could be released as a hit in its own right. While Mr. Lipcon firm is busy litigating maritime claims, he can now do so in style with his customized Curtis Stigers ring tone.
However, you don’t need a special tone to be able to reach Charles R. Lipcon or any of the other maritime lawyers at Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. Each of our esteemed maritime attorneys is dedicated to helping anyone who has been involved in an accident at sea. Our firm represents both passengers and crewmembers aboard large commercial vessels like cruise and cargo ships and small personal crafts, such as motorboats and sail boats, who have been injured, involved in crimes on the high seas, been denied medical or wage benefits, or have suffered some form of negligence at the hands of cruise ship or boat operators.
Since 1971, our maritime and admiralty firm has obtained over $100 million in recoveries for passengers and crewmembers and our attorneys are dedicated to ensuring the rights of all who have been injured in a maritime accident are protected. If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in a tragedy at sea, turn to our firm to file a case and fight for the compensation you deserve.
As a victim of a cruise ship injury or boating accident, you may be entitled to money damages, medical care and even property damage reimbursement, and our attorneys will work diligently to help you receive the benefits you are rightfully entitled to. Call our firm today to discuss your case and file a claim immediately. The sooner you file a case, the faster you can obtain justice for your pain and suffering.
PHOTO SOURCE: Boise Weekly