Injured at sea? If you or a loved one have been seriously injured at sea, call Ward Toulmin Berg, P.A. today! You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
Admiralty law is also known as maritime law, it is the body of law which governs various different maritime questions and offenses. Admiralty law covers both local domestic law and private international law. Moreover, in a maritime law case, you will need the representation of an admiralty law attorney.
Maritime lawyers bring unique expertise and, more importantly, a specific range of expertise in the field of admiralty law. This body of law governs activities and offenses which occur, specifically, on navigable waters. This could refer to anything from oceans and rivers to streams and lakes. Specific legal jurisdictions are a pertinent maritime issue, and the need for a single, overarching procedure has resulted in significant developments in international maritime law. This results in a huge potential array of opportunities for representation, ranging from the injury of seamen, or damage to cargo, and vessels to docks, piers, and wharves and the legal issues surrounding them For recreational boating, this representation is also pertinent.
Boat and other watercraft owners owe a reasonable duty of care to passengers, failure to do so is the result of negligence. If you have been injured while on the high seas as the result of someone else’s negligence, you should call Ward Toulmin Berg, P.A. today to find out whether or not you have a case. You or a loved one may be entitled to fair compensation!