Category: Admiralty Claims

How to file an admiralty claim in the UK: A step-by-step guide

If you have suffered a loss or damage due to a maritime accident, you may be entitled to file an admiralty claim in the UK. Admiralty claims are a special type of civil litigation that deal with disputes arising from maritime activities, such as collisions, salvage, cargo damage, personal injury, environmental pollution, etc. We will […]

Admiralty law and maritime disputes: What are the sources and principles?

Admiralty law, also known as maritime law, is a branch of law that governs the activities and relations of people and entities that use the oceans and other navigable waters for commerce, transportation, recreation or military purposes. Admiralty law covers a wide range of issues, such as contracts, torts, crimes, property rights, environmental protection, insurance, […]

The Admiralty Act 2017: A landmark legislation for maritime claims in India

The Admiralty Act 2017 is an act of parliament of India that came into force on April 1, 2018. It aims to consolidate and modernize the laws relating to admiralty jurisdiction, legal proceedings in connection with vessels, their arrest, detention, sale and other matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. The Admiralty Act 2017 has repealed […]

Admiralty claims and personal injury: What are your rights and remedies?

If you have been injured at sea or on a vessel, you may be wondering what your legal options are. Admiralty claims and personal injury are two areas of law that deal with maritime accidents and injuries. We will explain the difference between admiralty claims and personal injury, and what rights and remedies you may […]

Piracy and theft on the high seas: How to protect your ship and cargo from admiralty claims

Piracy and theft on the high seas are serious threats to the maritime industry. They can cause significant losses and damages to ship owners, operators, charterers, and cargo owners. In addition, they can expose them to legal risks and liabilities under admiralty law.