The Legal Life Preserver: Passenger Claims in Maritime Law
About this Lawline.com Program
Join Attorney Jack Paris as he discusses the most prevalent area of personal injury maritime litigation. Specifically, Mr. Paris focuses on the passenger claim, with a close look at passenger ticket issues and critical ticket provisions. He also reveals the major litigation issues that arise in passenger claims as well important things to consider in shore side excursions and passenger overboard claims. Finally, using Florida law as an example, Mr. Paris shows the major differences between federal and state maritime claims.
I. General Maritime Law
II. The Passenger Claim
III. Litigation Issues
IV. Shore Side Excursions
V. Federal v. State Law Litigation
very interesting with a lot of practical information
Very good introduction to this growing field of litigation.
good speaker and interesting topic; good summaries
This was very interesting to learn about cruise ship policies and how they don't hire US citizens to avoid our courts!!
The seminar was excellent and very imformative
I cruise a lot, and therefore found this course to be very informative, interesting, and personally relevant.
Very well organized, excellent outline to follow, great speaker, a pleasure to listen to this lecture.
excellent speaker, very interesting subject.
Great Seminar. Fine presentation. Valuable and relevant information.
It met my expectations.
Paris was great. Very much in command of the subject.
Nice overview of this area of litigation, with effective examples of typical issues and defenses to expect.
Very clear and understandable for those that don't practice in this field. Well done.
I practice regularly in general maritime law representing plaintiffs, and I would endorse this seminar as excellent for insiders and outsiders both.
Interesting. Going to warn all my friends before they schedule a cruise.
Overall series by this gentleman was excellent.
Very good. Interesting area of practice.
very clear and articulate
Even though I have practiced admiralty law for 30 years, I learned things I did not know.