What is Admiralty and Maritime Law?
Admiralty and Maritime Law is a complex area of law that arose from the days of antiquity…. it is an amalgamation of state, federal, and international law. Complex and ever-changing, maritime law is a body of private international law governing the relationships between private entities that operate vessels on the world's oceans.
Maritime law encompasses collisions, piracy, salvage, cargo losses, sinkings, groundings, and other matters that we typically think of when thinking of ships sailing on the high seas. However, maritime law also encompasses the recreational marine industry in matters involving boating accidents, warranty claims, salvage, and other maritime losses and claims. Lest we not forget the transactional side in matters involving purchase and sale transactions, chartering, vessel documentation and registration, as well as contractual disputes involving contractual and warranty issues.
Why do I need an admiralty and maritime lawyer?
In order to come to grips with our ever-changing world, each profession has experienced a high level of specialization.
As in many other professions, such as the medical field, we have seen a number of different specialties arise to serve the needs of consumers seeking expertise and knowledge. Simply said….. you don't go to your dentist when you are having chest pain.
The legal arena is no different. The laws regarding admiralty and maritime matters are increasingly complex and ever-changing. Certainly, your rights and interests are better protected with an attorney intimately familiar with Admiralty and Maritime Law.
The Perry Maritime Law Group specializes in maritime law, which applies to boats, ships, seamen, longshoremen, yacht brokers, marine suppliers, and any type of incident incident that occurs on navigable waters.
Why should we hire you?
You should not retain any law firm or attorney until you have reviewed their background qualifications, education, and experience. Perry Maritime has a unique blend of marine expertise and practical experience.
Around the globe, though firm is recognized as one of the leading admiralty and maritime law firms in matters involving both litigation and transactions.
Do you offer free consultations?
FREE CONSULTATIONS: We offer a free initial consultation about your transaction or dispute to see if we can help or assist with the issues that you are facing.
When you call us about your matter, you are not committed or obligated to our firm in any way. Of course, our conversations are strictly confidential even if you do not retain our firm.
Call us for a free consultation today: 1-855-MARITIME;
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