Litigation

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Litigation

 

The Litigation Process

  • Our guide on the litigation process and how it works.
  • Insurance Litigation

    Our insurance trial attorneys regularly represent clients throughout Florida who are involved in insurance disputes.

  • First Party Insurance Claims

    Our attorneys have extensive experience litigating insurance claims on behalf of homeowners, vessel owners and business owners against their insurance companies.

  • Vessel Documentation & Registration

    Documentation of a vessel is a national form of registration. It dates back to the 11th Act of the First Congress and is one of the oldest functions of the U.S. Government.

  • Cruise Ship Litigation

    Modern cruise vessels are best viewed as floating hotels that transport their guests from exotic port to exotic port where the passengers stay a few hours for shopping, snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing and touring.

  • Maritime Personal Injuries and Boating Accidents

    According to the 2008 Florida Boating Accident Statistical Report, Florida has the highest number of registered boating vessels in the United States.

  • Seaman’s Claims and The Jones Act

    In 1920, the United States Congress passed the Jones Act which permitted a seamen injured in the course of his employment

  • Diving Accidents and Diving Laws

    All aspects of Maritime activities have their own special laws and Scuba and free diving are no exception.

  • The Death on the High Seas Act

    When a seaman dies as a result of an employer’s negligence or because of an unseaworthy vessel, the worker’s family may file for benefits under the Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA).

  • Construction Litigation

    Construction and emergency service projects can ill afford to become bogged down by legal concerns.

  • The Longshoreman and Harbor Workers Act

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    Modern cruise vessels are best viewed as floating hotels that transport their guests from exotic port to exotic port where the passengers stay a few hours for shopping, snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing and touring.

  • Cargo Claims-Carriage of Good by Sea Act (COGSA)

    The bulk of maritime commercial activity involves carriage of goods. The most important document used in this type of transaction is the bill of lading.

  • Boating Citations and BUI

    During the Lobster Mini Season of July 28 through August 1, 2003, the FWC documented 109 resource citations, 19 other citations, 87 Uniform Boating Citations

  • Ciguatera Fish Poisoning

    Ciguatera fish poisoning is endemic wherever coral reef fishes are a food source.

  • Salvage Resources

    The concept of marine salvage has been recognized by the law since the times of Byzantine Empire.

  • Photo Gallery and Maritime Disasters

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