OverviewMaritime personal injury laws are constantly evolving – have your practices evolved with them?
When your maritime personal injury case begins to resemble a ship taking on water, you need to know how to work the pumps. Admiralty is a unique area of law with many special rules and procedures. These reference materials will assist the nonmaritime practitioner and others involved in maritime personal injury claims in recognizing issues that are important to your case.
These reference materials will provide the perspective from both sides of the aisle: defendant and plaintiff. You will gain useful information regarding claims brought by crewmembers, longshore workers and passengers.
Benefits for You
•Ascertain appropriate remedies for seamen, longshore and harbor workers
•Decipher jurisdictional and procedural intricacies of maritime personal injury claims
•Discover issues, pitfalls and developments in passenger personal injury claims
•Get strategies for handling a Jones Act Claim
AuthorsModerator: Nina Mitchell, Holmes Weddle & Barcott, P.C.
James M. Beard, Beard Stacey & Jacobsen, LLP
David Bratz, LeGros, Buchanan & Paul
Charles M. Davis, Law Office of Charles M. Davis
John Merriam, John Merriam, Attorney at Law
Paul S. Smith, Forsberg & Umlauf, P.S.
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