Missouri City Admiralty & Maritime Lawyer, Texas


Michael Scott Tilton Lawyer

Michael Scott Tilton

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Litigation, Personal Injury, Accident & Injury, Divorce & Family Law, Admiralty & Maritime

Michael S. Tilton, the Lone Star Accident Lawyer, is a trial lawyer and a founding partner of Tilton & Tilton LLP. He is a fearless and relentless law... (more)

Kurt B. Arnold Lawyer

Kurt B. Arnold

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Admiralty & Maritime, Accident & Injury

Kurt Arnold is a powerful force inside and outside the courtroom. Since founding Arnold & Itkin in 2004, he has had a hand in recovering billions of d... (more)

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Jason Aron Itkin Lawyer

Jason Aron Itkin

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Accident & Injury, Admiralty & Maritime
Billions of Dollars Won for Our Clients.

As one of the nation’s top trial lawyers, Jason Itkin has obtained dozens of verdicts and settlements throughout the years’ worth more $10 million... (more)

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Roger A. Rider

Class Action, Admiralty & Maritime, Corporate, Business Organization
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Mark T. Murray

Transportation & Shipping, Admiralty & Maritime, Wrongful Death, Car Accident
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Jeff Seely

Medical Malpractice, Railroad Injury, Admiralty & Maritime, Car Accident
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J. Douglas Sutter

Construction, Admiralty & Maritime, Bad Faith Insurance, Corporate
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Carl Waldman

Admiralty & Maritime, Asbestos & Mesothelioma, Elder Law, Environmental Law
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Alan Robert Kolodny

Admiralty & Maritime, Alcoholic Beverages, Animal Bite, Apparel
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Steven J. Gordon

Admiralty & Maritime, Federal Employees, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

DAY CRUISES MARITIME, LLC v. Christus Spohn Health System

Appellants Day Cruises Maritime, LLC and Corpus Christi Day Cruise, LLC appeal from summary judgments granted in favor of appellee Christus Spohn Health System d/b/a Christus Spohn Hospital Memorial ("Christus"). By three issues, appellants contend that the trial court ...

In re Omega Protein, Inc.

... "When a state court hears an admiralty case, that court occupies essentially the same position occupied by a federal court sitting in diversity: the state court must apply substantive federal maritime law but follow state procedure." Maritime Overseas Corp. ...

In re GlobalSanteFe Corp.

... limitation still leaves the States a wide scope." [45] Congress could preempt the entire field of maritime law, but has instead left the states "with a considerable legislative and judicial competence in the maritime field." [46] Where Congress has acted in the admiralty area, "state ...