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Maritime Law: Personal Injury and Property Damage in Small Boat Cases

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  • Description

    Maritime law is a wide and complex subject area. This CLE course will assist non-maritime lawyers grasp the legal issues so as to properly advise clients. The course will assess property damage cases, such as when a towboat hits a pier, and personal injury cases, such as when someone was standing on the pier when the tugboat hit, within the context of maritime law. The course will address underlying theories related to comparative fault, liability, personification of the vessel and in rem liability.

    The course will also look at the flip side of in rem liability which applies to the ability of a boat owner to limit liability for personal injury and property ownership to the value of the related vessel. The course will also present the complexity of maritime law that results from the specific legal issues involving specialized knowledge of maritime-related topics.

  • Instructor Bio

    Daniel Warman

    Lawyer Daniel R. Warman, graduated from State University of New York Maritime College, B.S. George Washington University, J.D., is now employed by Ventker & Warman PLLC at 101 West Main Street, Suite 810 Norfolk, VA 23510.

    While being a member of Norfolk and Portsmouth and Virginia Bar Associations; Virginia State Bar; Maritime Law Association of the United States (Proctor in Admiralty); National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel., Daniel R. Warman is one of the more than one million lawyers in United States. Before choosing Daniel R. Warman as your lawyer, you should consider whether Daniel R. Warman offers free consultation, (if not) how much the initial interview costs, if there is any hidden attorney fees, what's the fee schedule, whether he or she has good community reputation and is able to provide a list of good references. You can also contact the Board of Professional Responsibility of the state bar, to find out if Daniel R. Warman has ever been placed under any disciplinary actions. Please be aware that, though Daniel R. Warman's office is located at Norfolk, VA, he or she might belong to the bar association of other states.

    You should also ask how long the lawyer has been in practice, how much experience he or she has in cases like yours, and more importantly, the outcomes of those cases! Focus of the lawyer's practice and years of experience are also very important factors in your evaluation process. The more focused the lawyer's practice areas, the better service he or she could provide. So do not make decisions solely on one or two factors. Only hire lawyers you feel comfortable with as they will represent you and your interests, and you will be sharing private details about your life with them.

    Daniel R. Warman has been admitted in 1973, Virginia. His or her practice areas include International/Transportation Law; Admiralty Law; Railroad Law; Personal Injury; FDA and Food Safety.

    Daniel R. Warman's college education includes State University of New York Maritime College, B.S., law school degree was from George Washington University, J.D., other biographical background includes Dan Warman has been practicing law since 1973, and has concentrated his practice in maritime and transportation law. If it moves by sea, rail, or highway, Dan has been involved, representing vessel owners, railroads, trucking companies, seamen, and truck drivers in all manner of civil and maritime issues. Dan has achieved the highest rating for legal ability in Martindale-Hubbell.. You should contact other lawyers and law firms nearby before choosing your legal representatives.