Transportation / maritime attorneys specialize in cases dealing with cargo transport, transportation infrastructure, and commercial cargo.
Laws governing transportation can be at state or federal levels and can include pipelines, freight forwarders, and rail spanning state and international borders.
Maritime law specifically covers activities at sea or in any navigable waters.
Transportation / maritime lawyers can assist clients in addressing issues with ports, modes of transport and the administrative agencies that oversee specific modes, such as the DMV with motor vehicles and trucking licenses.
Transportation / maritime lawyers can also assist with commercial transactions, regulatory compliance and transportation related agreements and transactions such as cargo claims.
Transportation / maritime Super Lawyers listed here are recognized by their professional achievements and by their peers.
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