MARITIME ACCIDENTS

Have you or a loved one suffered an injury or even death due to a Maritime Accident? 

Maritime related accidents happen all the time, whether you are an off-shore worker or just taking a recreational cruise. If you think you have a maritime case, you don’t have time to wait. You need to call the Grady Law Firm, P.C. now, to ensure your case is handled properly.

COMMON MARITIME CASES INCLUDE:

  • Barges

  • Oil Rigs

  • Oil Platforms

  • Commercial Fishing Boats

  • Cruise Ships

  • Tankers

  • Tugboats

  • Jet skis*

  • Speed Boats*

The Grady Law Firm, P.C. is dedicated to achieving maximum results in your case. We work with our clients hand-in-hand to strategize your best defense. Our team of uniquely qualified team will treat you with respect and see your case through till the very end. When the Grady Law Firm, P.C. takes on your case, we will fight for you until total and complete justice is served.

POTENTIAL CAUSES OF ACTION IN MARITIME CASES INCLUDE:

  • The Jones Act

  • Death on High Seas Act

  • General Maritime Law

  • Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act

  • Public Vessels Act

  • Military Sealift Command

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT MARITIME ACCIDENTS:

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A MARITIME CASE AND A LONG SHOREMAN CASE?

A maritime case happens on the high-seas and a long shoreman case happens on shore. Different laws govern these cases even though they both deal with injuries on a vessel.

WHAT IF I AM INJURED IN A RECREATIONAL CRAFT?

Injuries that occur on a recreational boat can be governed by maritime law in a federal or state court.

WHAT IF I AM INJURED ON A PASSENGER CRUISE SHIP?

Injuries sustained aboard a passenger cruise ship is governed by international law. Make sure to act quickly as there is usually a deadline of one year following the accident to file a claim.