Injured at sea or on a boat? The laws governing maritime injuries are complicated and require the experience of a seasoned lawyer to safely navigate. Your status (i.e., crew, passenger, researcher, etc.), where you were injured and what you were doing at the time of your maritime accident will all be big factors in understanding your remedies. John K. Fulweiler, Esq. is not only qualified as a Proctor-in-Admiralty with the Maritime Law Association of the United States, but he is also a licensed captain. With more than 16 years of maritime law experience, John's focus is getting his clients the remedy they deserve. John represents workers injured or killed on lay barges, supply boats, crew boats, dry-docks, and assist vessels. John also represents seaman injured while employed on cargo ships, boats, barges, ferries, fishing vessels as well as representing families of seaman who have lost their lives. John is experienced in litigating Jones Act, Death on the High Seas Act and Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act lawsuits. John's litigation experience also extends to cruise ship accident claims as well as pleasure boating injury lawsuits.
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When it comes to maritime injuries and deaths, Fulweiler llc, possesses a wealth of experience, resources and network of expert witness and marine investigators. CONTACT US today for a free consultation to learn more about what we can do to assist you. CALL TOLL-FREE 1-800-383-6293 for a FREE consultation -- we would be pleased to travel to you to meet, if necessary.
By John Fulweiler
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