Home> Find a Lawyer> Colorado >Admiralty and Maritime Law

ColoradoAdmiralty and Maritime Law Lawyers in Colorado

Find an admiralty or maritime law attorney in Colorado for personal injury or wrongful death cases involving a cruise ship or recreational boating accidents in state or federal court.

Applicable laws for admiralty and maritime law cases include the Jones Act, the Death on the High Seas Act and the Long Shore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act.

Maritime law covers seamen, sailors, merchant marines, dock workers, crane operators at harbors, passengers and others on the water, both in and out of U.S. territorial jurisdiction.

Learn More

Mark William Nelson

Mark William Nelson
The Nelson Law Firm LLC
1740 High St
Denver, CO 80218
Mark William Nelson is a Admiralty and Maritime Law lawyer... read more >

Robert Wiegand II

Robert Wiegand II
Wiegand - Attorneys & Conselors
280 E 20Th Ave
Denver, CO 80205
Robert Wiegand II is a Admiralty and Maritime Law lawyer... read more >

Randy G Allen

Randy G Allen
Law Offices Of Randy G. Allen
660 South Pointe Ct Suite 300
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Randy G Allen is a Admiralty and Maritime Law lawyer... read more >

Theodore A Ulrich

Theodore A Ulrich
Law Offices Of Theodore A. Ulrich
4300 E 6th Ave
Denver, CO 80220
Theodore A Ulrich is a Admiralty and Maritime Law lawyer... read more >

James Steven Carmichael

James Steven Carmichael
Gunster Yoakley & Stewart Pa
3252 S Fillmore St
Denver, CO 80210
Licensed for 46 years, James Steven Carmichael is a Admiralty and Maritime Law and Administrative Law lawyer who attended University of Mia... read more >

John Jay Hanson

John Jay Hanson
John Hanson
241 Pearl St
Boulder, CO 80302
Licensed for 20 years, John Jay Hanson is a Business Law and Employment Law lawyer who attended University of Miami School of Law... read more >
Showing attorneys 1–6 out of 6

Search Other Practice Areas

Nonprofit Legal Associations

Maritime Law Association of the United States

Established in 1899, the Maritime Law Association (MLA) seeks appropriate reforms and uniform interpretation in maritime law, which is the body of law that governs legal controversies and criminal offenses on the high seas.

Toggle comparison tool
Remove {attorney_name} from compare list
Remove {attorney_name} from favorite list