Seeking Justice for Your Family
If you have lost a loved one due to another party's negligence, you
probably have many questions. We understand that this is a terrible time
and that you want answers. We also know that you may be facing medical
bills and loss of income. This is the time to get help from an experienced
maritime and admiralty injury lawyer.
Cassidy & Black, P.A., we have been handling maritime and admiralty wrongful death cases for
more than three decades. Our attorneys will treat your family with compassion
and respect as we work to get the compensation to which you are entitled.
Please call our Miami office at
(305) 964-8792. Your consultation is free.
Florida Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA) Attorney
Our lawyers provide representation to the families of
cruise ship passengers, seamen and
harbor and longshore workers. Filing a wrongful death claim against a cruise operator requires a detailed
knowledge of maritime law and experience with the restrictions commonly
included in cruise contracts.
The Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA) gives families the right to recover
damages for wrongful death caused by negligence or the unseaworthiness
of a vessel while in international waters. The Florida Wrongful Death
Act also allows the families of anyone killed by another's negligence
to sue for damages, including those who died while in Florida state territorial waters.
Helping You Move Forward
Under maritime law, families of deceased seamen have three years to file
a wrongful death suit. However, it is usually a good idea to contact a
wrongful death attorney as soon as you can. It is easier to conduct an
investigation and gather evidence if less time has passed.
We help families who have lost loved ones due to nearly any type of accident
or negligence, including:
We Are Ready to Listen
Our Miami maritime attorneys understand the seriousness of your situation
and we want to help. For a free consultation, please call us at
contact our law firm by e-mail. We represent people from Florida, throughout the United States
and foreign countries.