Miami Maritime Law


Miami Maritime Law is a resource website and group of experts containing Florida’s best Lawyers, Maritime and Marine Documentation & Registration Consultants and Marine Surveyors that are devoted to representing vessel owners, passengers and seamen harmed at sea and under Admiralty jurisdiction. Miami Maritime Law is a growing network of top professionals including Florida’s best and most influential Admiralty Attorneys that aggressively represent clients throughout Florida and around the world.

David Avellar Neblett, Esq., B.S.C. a founding partner of Perry & Neblett P.A., is Board Certified in Maritime & Admiralty law and set up this resource website and group almost twenty years ago. Perry & Neblett P.A., is a full service admiralty and insurance dispute law firm with Florida Bar Board Certified attorneys that offers litigation and transactional expertise to its clients in both complex and routine legal matters including, but not limited to, insurance claims, denials and bad faith, cruise ship passenger injury cases, commercial maritime matters, salvage, hurricane and storm damage claims, boat sinking and warranty claims, Jones Act, seamen injuries, crew claims, yacht finance and transactions, offshore corporate formation, recreational and commercial boating issues and all types of insurance disputes.

Perry & Neblett P.A., is attuned to the needs of all types of clients and its Florida Bar Board Certified attorneys have experience representing a wide range of clients from vessel owners to yacht brokers, ship builders and yards. There are very specialized laws and limitations which pertain to insurance disputes and maritime claims. Sorting out and asserting the applicable law is a very precise specialty in this very active venue. Thus, whether you are an individual or business owner involved with an insurance dispute, claim denial or underpayment or a boat owner who has issues with his or her yacht, the attorneys of Perry & Neblett have the experience and know how to protect and assert the proper defense or remedy as each case may require.

As the State of Florida is almost completely surrounded by water, it is not difficult to understand how the Law of the Sea collides with all types of litigation in Florida. Florida has more recreational boats and yachts registered than the other 50 states combined, and its seaports account for the largest tonnage of cargo and have more cruise ship passengers than any other state. Thus, whether you are a cruise ship passenger injured by the unseaworthy condition of the vessel, a recreational boat owner injured when another vessel’s captain is boating under the influence, or a vessel owner who is being sued by a seamen for injuries under the Jones Act, Florida’s courts and the experts and attorneys of Miami Maritime Law have experience litigating these claims.

There are very specialized laws and limitations which pertain to Admiralty and Maritime transactions and casualties, thus sorting out and asserting the applicable law is a very precise specialty in this very active venue. The attorneys and experts of Miami Maritime Law have the experience and know how to properly represent your interests and assert the proper remedy or defense as each case may require.

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