Maritime Lawyers Representing Crewmembers from India
The global maritime attorneys at Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. have successfully represented hundreds of crewmembers from India. There are many thousands of crewmembers from India who work aboard cruise ships. Given our location in Miami, Florida, USA we are uniquely positioned to help Indian crew obtain the maximum compensation for their injury claims.
India has seen a boom in the maritime industry over the last several years. The growth is primarily driven by a steady increase in external trade. The seventh largest country by land mass, India has a long coastline (more than 7,000 km/4,600 miles), providing ample opportunities for increased cargo traffic and port development.
As the Indian maritime industry continues to grow, so does the risk to crewmembers for injury and illness. Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. actively and relentlessly represents the legal rights of crewmembers in India. Our law firm will enforce the regulations applicable to you as a crewmember after injury, illness or death so you can obtain the maximum amount of benefits you are entitled to.
To both increase awareness of seafarer’s rights and better serve injured Indian crewmembers, the maritime lawyers at Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. have hired local partners India. These partners include Ajay Solanki, located in New Delhi. Ajay’s expertise lies in Maritime Law and International Trade. Ajay is a BBA LLB graduate from School of Law, UPES, and has a specialization in International Investment Laws. Ajay holds an additional qualification in “Arbitration of International Disputes” by Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands. Apart from this he has organized various debates and has written a handful of research articles on various fields of law including Artificial Intelligence, White collar crimes, Marginalization in India, and Right of Prisoners. Ajay can be reached directly via email at [email protected]
Our maritime attorneys will work side by side with our affiliates in India to protect the rights of seafarers in India and worldwide. As the maritime industry continues to grow, we are committed to staying on the cutting edge of the complex cruising and commercial shipping environment in India.
Protecting Crew Member Rights in India
Maritime cases can involve cruise ships, vessel operators or owners, marine commerce, passengers, and crewmembers. From cargo ships to cruise ships to passenger ferries, reports of accidents involving Indian crewmembers are far too frequent.
Sadly, crewmembers don’t always receive the medical care or compensation they deserve for shipboard-related injuries. All crewmembers, regardless of location or country of origin, are entitled to seek legal help from a maritime accident lawyer as soon as an incident occurs. Depending on the type of incident at hand and who was involved, numerous maritime laws and regulations will may apply. The maritime attorneys of Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. have in-depth knowledge of claims involving accidents or injuries at sea. After a maritime accident has occurred, crewmembers may feel intimidated to take legal action – especially if the incident transpired aboard a cargo or cruise ship. Protect your rights with the help of maritime lawyers with more than 165 combined years of experience in admiralty and maritime law.
Maritime Attorneys Representing Crew from India
Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. has been representing the interests of injured crew since 1971. We have been named the “Top Law Firm Protecting Seafarer Rights” by the International Seafarer’s Association (ISA). Our law firm has successfully handled more than 3,000 cruise ship and maritime matters and served hundreds of crew members.
Our latest case recoveries include:
- $2,995,000 settlement for a cargo ship crewmember who suffered a hand crushing incident.
- $975,000 settlement for a cruise ship crewmember who nearly went blind when using chemicals which were not being used for the intended purpose.
- $930,000 settlement for cruise ship crewmember who fell from an unsecure ladder. $550,000 settlement for a yacht deckhand who fell from an improperly secured gangway
- $230,000 settlement for cruise ship crewmember who had back surgery due to repetitive heavy lifting
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