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Commercial Litigation Maritime

Boston Commercial Litigation Maritime Lawyer

Navigable waters on Boston's waterfront and along the Atlantic Ocean are routinely used for commercial shipping and, as such, are covered by admiralty and maritime laws.

If your Massachusetts or New England company's maritime dispute with another company is failing in the negotiation phase, the attorneys of Regan & Kiely LLP have a strong reputation for dedicated and skilled legal counsel in commercial litigation matters. We want to save you time and money that is best spent in running your business. But when litigation is necessary, we are able to effectively represent your interests, and have achieved impressive results on behalf of numerous clients. We handle complex maritime law cases at all levels involving issues ranging from collisions of vessels to loss of products, from failure to develop facilities to breach of contract.

Contact us on Boston's waterfront today. Call Regan & Kiely, LLP at 617-723-0901.

Effective and Experienced Legal Counsel

Our successful commercial litigation experience includes cases involving:

  • Marine construction disputes
  • Payment issues
  • "Scope of work" issues
  • "Arrest of vessel"
  • "In rem" actions
  • COGSA (Carriage of Goods by Sea) Act claims

We will convincingly argue your side of accident legal issues involving mishaps at seawalls, on islands, with lighthouses and with barges.

Get In Touch With Our Boston Firm Today

Contact Regan & Kiely LLP. Our commercial litigation and maritime lawyers provide large law firm legal knowledge at a small law firm market price, thanks to our cost-efficient approach. We bring effective legal counsel to your maritime commercial litigation issues. Call us now at 617-723-0901.

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