Formerly a partner in a New York maritime law firm, John K. Fulweiler graduated from... more
Formerly a partner in a New York maritime law firm, John K. Fulweiler graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Marine Affairs degree and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. In addition to being recognized by the Maritime Law Association as a Proctor-In-Admiralty (click HERE to learn more), he is a licensed merchant mariner and served as a staff captain with a N... view profile
Robert Karns started his firm, Karns Law Group, in 1974 and has been tirelessly... more
Robert Karns started his firm, Karns Law Group, in 1974 and has been tirelessly serving clients in Rhode Island and Massachusetts ever since. The firm provides personalized attention and compassion to victims of accidents and injuries. Clients come to the Karns Law Group for the depth of experience, their success record, and their determination to recover the compensation each victim deserves. ... view profile
Admiralty law concerns the navigation and shipping rules and procedures for commercial and recreational boating. If you are on a boat or own a boat that crashes into another boat, or a dock, pier or wharf, admiralty law (also called maritime law) applies. If someone is injured in the crash, if cargo is damaged, or if the boat sinks and causes a gas spill, admiralty law assigns responsibility and determines who has to pay. Admiralty laws are complex and can be confusing. If you or your business engage in water-based activities, an admiralty or maritime lawyer can be very helpful.