Taroff & Taitz, LLP is one of the few firms on Long Island which can assist clients in Admiralty law, also known as Maritime Law. From our Long Island law offices, our admiralty lawyers, who are experienced and highly trained, can help you or your business recover damages under maritime law in cases where your contract rights are being denied or being infringed upon. Taroff & Taitz, LLP also represents financial institutions in actions to foreclose preferred ships’ mortgages.
We represent individuals and businesses who have been aggrieved or hurt during any kind of maritime dispute or activity. Taroff & Taitz, LLP represents individuals seeking compensation for those who have been injured in a maritime accident, or who have a loved one that was injured or killed. Regardless of whether it was in canoe or kayak accident or an incident on a supertanker, we handle cases of both injury and death.
Oftentimes, insurance companies will deny a hull insurance claim, and Taroff & Taitz, LLP will challenge the insurance company to ensure that you get the reimbursement you deserve. Our attorneys specialize in recouping funds from non-paying vessel owners as well.
When it comes to maritime activities or commerce, the civil litigation rules can change dramatically, a fact that many of our clients and other lawyers are not aware of. Our strategic approach with our maritime clients is straightforward. Should the accident or dispute take place on, or linked to, navigable waters, you will have to take maritime jurisdiction into account. We will determine if maritime law will be employed and whether or not applying Admiralty Law benefit you or be detrimental to you.
We are experienced in dealing with companies that have high-powered corporate lawyers, in-house attorneys, and/or influential insurance agencies. We will vigorously defend your rights. In the unlkely event Taroff & Taitz, LLP cannot help your case, we have a large network of attorneys who can assist you. Our clients benefit from our extensive experience and the decades of legal networks at our disposal.