The Law of Maritime and Pleasure Boating
State and federal laws regarding maritime and pleasure boating injuries are complex and depend upon various circumstances, such as the type of vessel; how the vessel was being used; where it was being operated; whether injury or death occurred; and whether the injured person was an employee of the vessel.
Some of the most common forms of actions involving personal injury on the water, include:
- Jones Act Seaman
- Cruise Ship Injuries
- Death on the High Seas
- Private Pleasure Boating Accidents
- Unseaworthiness Claims
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