Tim Akpinar represents recreational boaters in accident and injury cases arising on the water. This includes powerboats, sailboats, jet skis, water skis, and all other forms of activity on navigable and non-navigable inland waters. Tim has owned a number of boats in his lifetime and is experienced in racing and cruising. Tim is a former merchant marine officer and handles collision, salvage, complex property losses, and injury cases. In addition to recreational boaters, Tim represents commercial mariners working aboard fishing vessels, towing vessels, ferries, ocean-going ships, as well as shoreside maritime employees. He taught law at a state maritime academy. For a free consultation, contact Tim at (718) 224-9824 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Tim fights hard for his clients whose rights involve admiralty jurisdiction and maritime law. His work is referenced in Wikipedia and he was asked to cover the maritime law subject of limitation of liability for the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Tim has covered boating law subjects for a number of publications, including The Ensign (United States Power Squadron), Long Island Boating World, Boater’s Digest, Windcheck, and others. For a free consultation, contact Tim by telephone or email.