The Admiralty Law Section focuses on all maritime death and injury claims, including those of seamen, longshoremen, harbor workers, ship repairmen and builders, pleasure boat and jet-ski operators, and commercial and recreational divers.
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- Chair: Ian Fitzgerald Taylor, Lewis | Kullman, Sterbcow & Abramson, New Orleans, LA
- Chair-Elect: Neil Nazareth | Martzell, Bickford & Centola, New Orleans, LA
- Vice Chair: Carlos F. Llinas | Nelson & Fraenkel, LLP, Los Angeles, CA
- Membership Liaison: Jessica L. Ibert | Lewis, Kullman, Sterbcow & Abramson, New Orleans, LA
- Secretary: Jeff Avery | Doyle LLP, Houston, TX
- Newsletter Editor: Aksana M. Coone | Law Offices of Aksana M. Coone, Los Angeles, CA
- Immediate Past Chair: Michael P. Doyle, Esq. | Doyle LLP, Houston, TX
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