Experienced in Facilitating Maritime Lien Enforcement
If you are owed money by the operator or owner of a vessel, arising out
of goods or services provided to the vessel, you have a maritime lien
against the vessel. The courts can seize and hold a vessel for payment
of debt or maritime lien enforcement. The ship may be held until the debt
is satisfied, a settlement bond is posted, or it can be sold to pay the
The legal aspects of maritime lien enforcement are quite complex. You need
maritime and admiralty lawyer if you plan to file a maritime lien or have a vessel arrested. Our attorney,
Michael C. Black, P.A. , has substantial experience with vessel arrests. We can also handle charter
party disputes. Please call our Miami office at
(305) 964-8792 for a free consultation.
We Can Help You Pursue Recovery of Your Costs
We will file a cruise ship lawsuit for you in federal court against the
vessel, in rem (which means against the vessel itself). Then the court
will issue a warrant of ship arrest to seize the ship. We can then recover
the amount you are owed. You may file a maritime lien against nearly any
type of commercial and recreational vessel, including cargo ships, freighters,
yachts, casino boats and others.
Typical reasons that maritime liens are filed and enforced can include:
We also handle claims involving the salvage of cargo and vessels, representing
salvage companies and salvors in disputes with the owners of vessels.
If your company was hired to salvage a vessel and you were not paid, we
can help you
seize and hold the vessel for money owed.
Speak With a Knowledgeable Maritime Lawyer Today
For a free consultation to discuss maritime lien enforcement, please call us at
(305) 964-8792 or send us an
e-mail. We represent maritime lienholders throughout the world.