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Miami Admiralty & Maritime Lawyer

Workers on dock.Admiralty and maritime law is a specific area of law that pertains to boats, ships, and other watercraft situated on navigable waterways. That is, there has to be access to open water, as opposed to contained bodies of water, such as a man-made lake. The experienced Miami admiralty & maritime lawyer at Michael F. Guilford, P.A. has years of legal experience in handling admiralty and maritime cases.

I devote much of my attention to this area of law, so I can provide specially tailored representation to both passengers and crew members who have experienced injuries aboard a vessel.

Though my representation capabilities far outweigh this list, I generally handle the following types of watercraft-related cases:

  • Passenger claims
  • Seamen / crew claims
  • Cruise ship assault
  • Yacht crew accidents
  • Recreational boating injuries
  • Catastrophic injuries
  • Wrongful death
  • Jones Act and General Maritime Law of the United States protections

I stand by my clients throughout the entirety of the case. I effectively pursue compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering, if necessary.

Contact An Experienced Miami Admiralty & Maritime Lawyer Today

Contact an experienced Miami admiralty and maritime attorney at the Law Offices of Michael F. Guilford, P.A., today to discuss your case during a free initial consultation. Call 866-473-2636. Flexible appointment times are available. I will not be intimidated and will aggressively seek compensation for any injuries you have sustained.

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Contact the Law Offices of Michael F. Guilford, P.A. for a free initial consultation with Michael Guilford. Flexible appointment times are available. If you can't come to us, we will come to you. Call toll free 866-473-2636 or describe your injuries in an email.

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