Experienced and recognized maritime lawyers.

Recognized as the best.

Consistently named in the Best Lawyers in America for admiralty and maritime law

Leading the maritime law field.

Consistently selected for the Super Lawyers top maritime lawyers list

Expert in Admiralty and Maritime Law.

Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Admiralty and Maritime Law

Not afraid to go to trial.

Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Civil Trial Law

Top rated by peers.

5/5 star peer rating for legal knowledge, analytical capabilities, judgment, communication, and legal experience

Years of experience.

Over 30 years experience working in admiralty and maritime law, and have represented thousands of accident victims

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Hiring a maritime lawyer gives you an edge.   let us tell you why>

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THE LAWYER YOU CHOOSE MATTERS

 If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or death on the water, it is essential to hire an experienced maritime or admiralty lawyer.  Why?  This is because  maritime law is unique and different, and most lawyers are not familiar with the intricacies of maritime practice.  Maritime law in the United States is made up of specific federal statutes, code of federal regulations, U.S. Coast Guard rules and regulations, and historic case law.  Having a working knowledge of each of these areas of regulation and law is critical to success with a maritime claim.  Hiring a lawyer who is unfamiliar with these laws, which include many different time lines and procedures, could prove to be fatal to your case.

Our attorneys at Munch and Munch have over 50 years combined experience in admiralty and maritime law.  The ship owners and insurance companies will take advantage of lawyers who are not versed in maritime practice.  Having an experienced admiralty and maritime lawyer on your side will help you win your case.

OUR AREAS OF PRACTICE

Cruise ship passenger injuries

Jones Act Seaman's claims

Seaman and crew member injuries

Fisherman, longliner and shrimp boat injuries

Longshoreman injuries

Boating and yachting accidents

Jet Ski, wave runner and parasailing accidents

Death on the High Seas Act claims

Marine insurance claims (sinking, collision, cargo)

Slip and fall injuries aboard ships and vessels

Salvage claims

Limitation of Liability Claims and Actions

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Munch & Munch, P.A. | Experienced and Recognized Maritime Injury Attorneys

Jacob J. Munch | Casey M. Saylor

www.munchandmunch.com | (813) 254-1557 | 600 South Magnolia Avenue, Suite 325, Tampa, Florida 33606