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South Carolina Maritime Accident Lawyers

ADMIRALTY LAW APPLIES TO COMMERCIAL AND RECREATIONAL VESSELS ALIKE

ADMIRALTY LAW APPLIES TO COMMERCIAL AND RECREATIONAL VESSELS ALIKE

The maritime accident and injury field covers a wide spectrum of subject matter, from recreational boating accidents to diving accidents to falls aboard vessels. Our attorneys cover the waterfront in the field of maritime and admiralty law. We represent boat owners, captains, commercial shipping companies, injured commercial seamen, people injured in pleasure boating accidents and others. We handle local legal claims as well as international claims on behalf of local clients.

Our Charleston, South Carolina, Maritime Attorneys can help with a wide range of maritime legal issues arising out of accidents and injuries:

If your legal needs involve admiralty and maritime law, please contact our Charleston, SC Maritime Attorneys at John Hughes Cooper, P.C. We can explain your options and what we can do to assist you.

 

From our law office in Mount Pleasant, John Hughes Cooper, P.C. handles admiralty law and maritime law cases throughout coastal South Carolina (the Lowcountry), the Pee Dee region, communities surrounding Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie, and elsewhere in the Southeast. The communities we serve include Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island, Georgetown, Beaufort, Hilton Head, North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, Edisto Island, Walterboro, Pawley's Island, Murrells Inlet, Little River, Conway, Columbia, Florence, Charleston County, Georgetown County, Berkeley County, Beaufort County, Horry County, Jasper County and Colleton County.

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