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Unparalleled Experience In Admiralty And Maritime Injury Law

Committed Advocacy For Maritime Accident Victims

40+ Combined Years Of Experience Handling Maritime Law Cases In Florida

Helping People Injured In Maritime Accidents

Cruise ship passengers, seamen, personal watercraft users, harbor workers and more can find themselves in need of legal help after an injury. We are committed to delivering high-quality services for every client. If you are seeking justice after an injury or wrongful death in a maritime accident, our attorneys have the experience, knowledge and passion to protect you.

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Services We Offer

Cruise Passenger Injuries

Seamen’s Claims

Boating, Yachting And Personal Watercraft Claims

Marine Insurance Claims

Wrongful Death

Limitation Of Liability

Understanding Maritime  Law And Shipboard Experience

As a former Merchant Marine officer licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard, attorney Jacob Munch has a deep understanding of the work that surrounds many maritime law cases. Roughly four decades of legal practice has taught him how to handle these cases skillfully. At Munch and Munch, P.A., our lawyers are recognized as leaders in the field of admiralty and maritime law.

The Florida Bar Board Certified Admiralty & Maritime Law

Choose Board-Certified Attorneys

Admiralty and maritime cases share some elements with personal injury law.
They are not the same, however. At Munch and Munch, P.A., you get the benefit of over 40 combined years of experience. All attorneys in the firm are board certified in admiralty and maritime law as well as civil trial law. His experience in the courtroom, combined with his experience working at sea as a Merchant Marine officer licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard, helps him deliver strong representation in maritime cases. Attorney Saylor is board-certified by the Florida Bar as well.
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Jacob J. Munch

Attorney

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Catherine M. Saylor

Associate Attorney