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Maritime Injury Lawyers ACW&N Open New Manhattan Office in NY

The maritime and admiralty lawyers at Anderson Carey Williams & Neidzwski are pleased to announce their newest office location in lower Manhattan.  For over 40 years, the firm has fought for the rights of men and women injured at sea utilizing their knowledge, skills, resources, and past experience.  Building on its deep roots along the U.S. West Coast, the firm’s first East Coast location is good news for both tri-state commercial and recreational boaters alike.

Partner Nick Neidzwski explained, “We’re excited to be representing clients in New York.  There’s a need for experienced maritime injury lawyers here.”

Attorney Adam Deitz, who already has years of experience practicing maritime law in New York and Connecticut, agreed stating:

“I’m thrilled to continue serving the greater New York area.  A lot of people are injured on the channels, bays, rivers, harbors, sounds, and ocean around the state due to the negligence of others.  Our office in NYC will get the word out—we’re here to help.”

ACW&N will be servicing clients hurt on waterways throughout New York, including:

  • New York Harbor
  • Hudson River
  • East River
  • Long Island Sound
  • Port of NY/NJ
  • Saint Lawrence Seaway
  • Lake Champlain
  • Lake Erie
  • Lake Ontario

For decades, the New York maritime attorneys at Anderson Carey Williams & Neidzwski, PLLC have represented injured clients from all over the world.  The firm’s admiralty lawyers have a unique understanding of maritime law and the perils faced by seamen, commercial fishermenlongshoremenrecreational boaters, and anyone else who is hurt at sea.

Schedule your first consultation today by calling our offices at 1 (800) 262-8529.

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