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Blog Posts in April, 2014

Rhode Island Jones Act Lawyer Urges Crew To Protect Their Claims

Rhode Island Jones Act lawyer, John K. Fulweiler is a licensed captain. Before becoming an attorney (and even during law school) John worked commercially and actually was a Jones Act crewmember. ...
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41 USC 30104 or 41 U.S. Code § 30104 - Jones Act Attorney Explains

East Coast maritime lawyer John K. Fulweiler (a Proctor-in-Admiralty) represents injured crewmembers in pursuing Jones Act claims along with other available maritime remedies. Personal injury to or ...
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New England Admiralty Attorney's Book Reviewed in WindCheck Magazine

Newport, R.I.: Proctor-in-Admiralty John K. Fulweiler is well known for practicing maritime law on the East and Gulf Coasts. Whether seeking class action status on behalf of recreational boaters or ...
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Going Down to the Sea, but Not with the Ship!

The lore of a captain going down with the ship is well known, but what's the legal consequence? Are civil, criminal or professional penalties meted out to the ship's master who scoots clear ...
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Admiralty Lawyer Speaks to National Association of Marine Surveyors

East Coast admiralty lawyer, John K. Fulweiler, spoke at the National Association of Marine Surveyor's Northeast Region meeting today. He received a warm welcome from the gathered yacht surveyors ...
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Words Are Important In Cruise Ship Slip and Fall Lawsuit

What you say in a maritime lawsuit is important. Nay, what you say anytime is important. Words are your primary tool for conveying your emotions, positions and beliefs. Yea, I know body language ...
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Maritime Injury Lawyer John Fulweiler to Teach RWU Maritime Law Course

Admiralty attorney John K. Fulweiler was asked to teach a maritime law course at Roger Williams Law School during the summer of 2014. Honored to receive the invitation, John has agreed to do so and is ...
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