We Cover the Waterfront.  With over 45 years of combined experience in Admiralty/Maritime Law, 25 years of combined experience in the United States Coast Guard and United States Navy, and 12 years of experience in the commercial logistics industry, Willcox Savage’s Maritime Practice Group is uniquely qualified to meet all aspects of our clients’ Maritime Law needs, including:

  • Maritime personal injury and death
  • Collision and allision cases
  • Marine insurance coverage
  • Cargo claims
  • Terminal owner and operator representation
  • Vessel charters
  • Licensure, documentation and registration
  • Maritime finance
  • Stevedore and marine contractor claims
  • Federal regulatory issues with the Federal Maritime Commission, Maritime Administration, and the National Transportation Safety Board
  • Mariners' licensure issues

Our attorneys are committed to resolving matters prior to trial, but if the need arises, we have extensive experience defending maritime entities in federal and state courts throughout the country. 

Our practice team translates years of experience into practical advice for our commercial, seafaring, and maritime clients. In short, we speak the language of your business.

For more information, please contact any of the attorneys listed below.

 

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