Maritime Law

Maritime law, also referred to as admiralty law, consists of the statutes and case precedents that govern legal disputes originating on navigable waters. Navigable waters include all bodies of water that are capable of being used for interstate or foreign commerce. Thus, a large river that flows into the ocean or crosses state lines would fall within maritime jurisdiction. A lake entirely within a single state would not.

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Admiralty and Maritime Lawyers and Law Firms in Silver Lake, FL

Admiralty and Maritime Lawyers

Oldham & Smith

Oldham & Smith

Tavares, FL - Law Firm near Silver Lake
Clermont, Florida Personal Injury Attorneys
Phone(352) 343-4090

At Oldham & Smith, we offer trusted, strategic counsel to help our clients seek maximum financial compensation. Let us help you move forward after a personal injury or the wrongful death of a loved one. Accidents and injuries can happen at any time: in the workplace, on the road,...

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  • Merritt and Watson P.A.

    Eustis, FL - Law Firm near Silver Lake

    Personal Injury and Social Security Disability Attorney in Lake County, Florida

    Phone (352) 357-2932

    General practice law firm in Eustis,Lake County,Florida. Mr.Watson practice is concentrated in personal injury,social security disability,long term disibility,workers compensation, and domestic relations. Mr. Merritts practice is concetrated in domestic relations,wills,probate,real estate,and...

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