New York Admiralty & Maritime Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - New York

The law firm of Cardillo & Corbett was founded in 1952 and is located in the financial district of New York City, New York. There are six attorneys in our law firm who between them have many years of experience in providing a broad range of legal services for individuals and business clients not only in New York, but throughout the United States and worldwide. Our firm is a small, full service...

Located in Mineola, New York, the law firm of Gorden Giuliano & Associates provides exceptional representation and support to a diverse range of clients throughout the greater New York City metro area, across the country and around the globe. Our team of experienced, dynamic attorneys possesses decades of combined experience in litigation, arbitration and appeals, so we can drastically improve...

Jack Hickey is a trial attorney.  Since 1980, he has been trying personal injury and wrongful death cases in the areas of admiralty and maritime, railroad, medical malpractice, product liability, and general liability.   Hickey is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Lawyer by The Florida Bar and by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA), and Board Certified as an Admiralty &...

Tabak Mellusi & Shisha, have decades of experience and a record of success in all types of maritime injury claims. From their offices in New York City, they have represented victims of maritime accidents throughout the United States and around the world. the firm has represented clients in high profile cases such as the loss of the Tall Ship Bounty during "Sandy", the loss of the...

Located in Houston, Texas, The Krist Law Firm, P.C., advocates strongly for the rights and entitlements of those who were injured or lost a loved one due to another party's negligence or wrongdoing. Serving residents in the Houston metro area and throughout Galveston, Harris, Brazoria and Montgomery counties, our law firm provides high-quality, effective legal representation to our clients who...

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