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Terrence K. Knister, Esq.
Terrence K. Knister, Esq.
tknister@gamb.law

Philip S. Brooks, Jr., Esq.
Philip S. Brooks, Jr., Esq.
pbrooks@gamb.law
225.330.7852
Kenneth J. Gelpi, Esq.
Kenneth J. Gelpi, Esq.
kgelpi@gamb.law
225.330.7852
A. Gordon  Grant, Jr., Esq.
A. Gordon Grant, Jr., Esq.
ggrant@gamb.law
225.330.7852
Ronald J. Kitto, Esq.
Ronald J. Kitto, Esq.
rkitto@gamb.law
225.330.7852
Stephen L. Williamson, Esq.
Stephen L. Williamson, Esq.
swilliamson@gamb.law
225.330.7852
R. Ethan  Zubic, Esq.
R. Ethan Zubic, Esq.
ezubic@gamb.law
225.330.7852
A. Gregory  Grimsal, Esq.
A. Gregory Grimsal, Esq.
ggrimsal@gamb.law

Michael E. Landis, Esq.
Michael E. Landis, Esq.
mlandis@gamb.law

Charles L. Stinneford, Esq.
Charles L. Stinneford, Esq.
cstinneford@gamb.law

Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett

One American Place
301 Main Street, Suite 1170
Baton Rouge, LA 70825
United States

Consult with a Proven Baton Rouge Admiralty Lawyer

The proven Baton Rouge admiralty lawyers at Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett are experienced in the effective resolution of admiralty lawsuits as related to issues that occur on navigable waters. Baton Rouge admiralty attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general admiralty law, including but not limited to marine cargo claims and cruise ship injury claims in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Baton Rouge admiralty lawyer.

The Baton Rouge admiralty attorneys have experienced litigating admiralty and maritime claims involving:

  • Boat Manufacturing Liability
  • Cruise Ship Injuries
  • Inland Marine
  • Jones Act
  • Longshore and Harborworkers Compensation Act
  • Marine Cargo
  • Marine Liability
  • Marine Pollution
  • Maritime Negligence
  • Maritime Personal Injury
  • Maritime Products Liability
  • Maritime Property Damage
  • Shipping

Experienced Baton Rouge Admiralty Attorney

Louisiana admiralty law exclusively governs the issues and activities that occur at sea or in any navigable waters. Admiralty law include violations of maritime rules and regulations, seaboard accidents and injuries, commerce and contractual relations, as well as other related activities that occur at sea. In the United States, jurisdiction over admiralty law is held at the federal court level.

The courts and Congress seek to create a uniform body of admiralty law both nationally and internationally in order to facilitate commerce. The federal courts derive their exclusive jurisdiction over this field from the Judiciary Act of 1789 and from Article III of the U.S. Constitution. Congress regulates admiralty partially through the Commerce Clause. American admiralty law formerly applied only to American tidal waters. It now extends to any waters navigable within the United States for interstate or foreign commerce. In such waters, admiralty jurisdiction includes matters not involving interstate commerce, including recreational boating.

Baton Rouge admiralty lawyers are professional and knowledgeable in understanding the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that arise in an admiralty case.

Trusted Baton Rouge Admiralty Lawyer

The Baton Rouge admiralty lawyers at Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett are distinguished by a history of successful admiralty claim recoveries. For experienced representation in an admiralty dispute, contact the Baton Rouge admiralty lawyers at Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett in Louisiana.

Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett

One American Place
301 Main Street, Suite 1170
Baton Rouge, LA 70825
United States

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Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett

One American Place
301 Main Street, Suite 1170
Baton Rouge, LA 70825
United States

Law Firm Contact: John Y. Pearce

Tel: 225.330.7852

Fax: 225.329.2850

Email: jpearce@gamb.law

Website: www.gamb.law

Member Since: 2009

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