Cape May County
maritime Attorneys

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DISCLAIMER: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.

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Choosing a Lawyer in Cape May County

There are a series of considerations in choosing a maritime attorney in Cape May County. How much experience does the lawyer have working cases in South Jersey? Is this attorney knowledgeable in case law relevant to your specific type of case? Is there a possibility your case will result in a trial? These are important questions to ask when choosing a legal representative, especially in Cape May County.

Whether you have been injured in a fishing accident, recreational boating accident, on a cruise ship, or while working at sea, we are here to help you navigate the legal system. We represent workers along the New Jersey Coast, as well as in all other navigable waters throughout the United States and along the coast. We bring experience and passion to every case.

Our Track Record Around Cape May County & the Greater South Jersey Area

At Barry.Corrado.Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz, P.C. our attorneys have a combined 143 years of experience handling over 68 cases since 2000. We have handled cases in South Jersey in the same amount of time. We have also handled an array of complex maritime cases throughout the East Coast. This page is meant to serve as a resource related to the types of admiralty cases our attorneys have handled. For a comprehensive list, see Types of maritime Cases we have handled below.

Barry.Corrado.Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz, P.C. Handles Specific and Complex Cases in Cape May County

Contact Us(609) 729-1333

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Cape May Maritime Experts

As a local Wildwood law firm, Barry.Corrado.Grassi & Grassi, PC is familiar with Cape May County and the complications of Maritime Law. If you have been injured in a fishing accident, or in a recreational boating accident, you need an attorney who is familiar with the details. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured while working at sea, it is your right to seek compensation from your employer. Our experienced attorneys can help you navigate through these complicated matters.

We're Experienced with maritime Work

Cape May County maritime Specialists in recreational boating accidents

A common form of maritime law often falls under admiralty. Typically, we see cases related to: fishing accidents, ferry accidents, water sports accidents. Whether you need help with maritime law in general, or recreational boating accidents specifically, we are here to help you navigate the legal system.

work related injuries in South Jersey

Another admiralty focus area of ours is work related injuries. Common forms of cases related to maritime law for work related injuries include: man overboard, lifting injury, water taxi accidents, commercial ship accidents, tanker accidents, tug and barge accidents. Our attorneys are adept at handling the complex issues that may arise in or near Cape May County as they relate to admiralty.

Cape May County jones act law

A third area of focus regarding maritime law is jones act law. This practice area is multifaceted including subsets such as: breakage of equipment, improperly maintained equipment onboard, unsafe work methods, negligence of the seaman’s co-workers, assault by a co-worker. If any of these maritime focus areas apply to your legal needs, contact us and let's talk about it.

Why Choose Barry.Corrado.Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz, P.C?

Read more about maritime law here.

The Attorneys at Barry.Corrado.Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz, P.C, Handle maritime Cases in Cape May County