Maritime Lawyers in Mobile, Alabama
If your injury occurred on or near the water, Federal Admiralty and/or General Maritime Laws may apply, and we’re here to help. Admiralty and General Maritime Law applies to injuries occurring on commercial vessels, pleasure boats, oil rigs, barges, ships, or on docks. At the Citrin law firm, we’ve been practicing maritime and admiralty law for nearly 30 years.
Firm founder Andy Citrin is a certified Proctor in Admiralty Law, having achieved this status in 1984 under the instruction of Admiralty Professor and Former U.S. Navy Commander, James L. Hughes, Jr. Since 1986, Mr. Citrin has assisted injured Jones Act seamen and victims of pleasure boat accidents secure compensation for their injuries.
Injuries and Maritime Law
Injuries occurring on ships, rigs, barges, boats or other vessels, whether in navigation or stationary, can cause catastrophic injuries that can last a lifetime. Maritime and admiralty laws are very specialized. Maritime and admiralty law applies to injuries that occur on vessels, ships, tugboats, pleasure boats, barges or any vessel that navigates or moves from place to place over water.
Whether your injury occurred while working dockside, on a platform or oil rig, or on board a vessel actually moving in navigation, as a longshoreman or harbor worker, a Jones Act seaman, or as a passenger on a pleasure boat, we can help.
All consults are free and confidential, so call today. We have offices located in Mobile, Daphne, and Foley to provide local lawyers and quality legal service to accident victims throughout Mobile and Baldwin Counties and the Gulf Coast. Contact Citrin law firm today, we are ready to help fight for your compensation rights.
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