Recent Posts in Maritime Law Category

Connect with Cassidy & Black, P.A.

At Cassidy & Black, P.A., we know the value of an experienced lawyer, especially in admiralty and maritime law cases. We consider it an honor to claim more than 50 years of combined experience, ...
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Arresting Vessels to Enforce Maritime Liens

There is nothing like the open sea. This is true in both description and legal precedents. Maritime law often involves legislation that looks strange in comparison to similar laws not centered on a ...
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Cruise Ship Passengers Are Not Covered by the Warranty of Seaworthiness

In maritime law, the warranty of seaworthiness imposes on a shipowner an absolute duty to furnish a seaworthy ship. The duty cannot be delegated. Seaworthiness does not mean that a ship must be an ...
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Remedies for Injuries Suffered by Longshoremen and Harbor Workers

A longshoreman is a worker who loads and unloads cargo onto ships. They are also known as “stevedores.” Longshoremen are an integral part of the shipping and receiving industry. They work ...
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