Specializing in Jones Act Issues
We focus primarily on maritime law cases that come under the Jones Act. This Act controls coastwise trade within the United States and determines which vessels are allowed to lawfully engage in that trade and their operation rules. The Jones Act generally prohibits foreign-built or -flagged ships from conducting coastwise trade in the U.S.
Our admiralty and maritime lawyer, Richard D Gronna, also helps other clients with seafaring cases. At our firm, we also assist with personal injury claims for longshoremen, sailors, other ship workers, and passengers.
You can count on our firm as it’s rare to discover a maritime issue with which we haven’t helped a client before. Contact us for support today.