Robert L. Gardana, Esq., “BOATLAWYER” (Admiralty and Maritime Lawyer)
BOATLAWYER is pleased to announce that Robert L. Gardana, the founder of Robert L. Gardana, PA, has been appointed Chair of The Florida Bar Admiralty Law Committee for 2017-2018.
Robert L. Gardana, has also been appointed Chair-Elect of the American Bar Association (ABA) Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee, 2017-2018.
Mr. Gardana is a U.S.C.G. Licensed Captain-Master and Maritime Attorney for over 37 years. He is Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Admiralty and Maritime Law.
Mr. Gardana is a Proctor in Admiralty with the Maritime Law Association of he United States.
Should you suffer an injury while on a cruise or cruise excursion, as an injured passenger, it is critical that you comply with your passenger ticket provisions relating to the “time limitations” within which to bring claims and suits, as well as the “forum selection clause” which requires suit be filed in a particular geographic jurisdiction, such as Miami, Florida, or another named specific location.
Robert L. Gardana, P.A., located in Miami, Florida, home to the largest passenger port in the world, is available to handle cases against cruise lines for injuries, death, missing persons, rape, assault and excursion related injuries or death.
For a complimentary consultation and assistance in regard to the place you, as a victim of a cruise injury, are required to file suit and the time within which the claim/suit must be filed, as well as whether you must file in State or Federal Court, please call 305.358.0000 or e-mail Robert L. Gardana, P. A.
In order to preserve your claim, please act promptly, as notice of your injury must be reported, in writing, within six (6) months of your accident and suit must be filed in the designated forum within 12 months.
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He is Chair-Elect of the ABA TIPS Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee, a premier organized ABA group of 325 members devoted to the study and practice of admiralty and maritime law.
The Admiralty and Maritime Committee has been on the front lines of legislative issues impacting the maritime industry and has been regularly called upon to evaluate requests for the ABA to submit amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court on cases involving admiralty issues. TIPS is unique within the ABA and the legal community because of its focus on promoting education in Admiralty and Maritime Law, through the promotion of national and regional CLE seminars designed to afford plaintiffs, defense, corporate and in-house counsel the latest decisions on maritime issues confronting the admiralty law profession. Learn more about the Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee of by visiting their website.