Sean M. Cleary represents clients injured in cruise ship accidents and admiralty accidents that happened outside the U.S.
One of the things that I think makes me an effective lawyer in these types of cases is that I've actually engaged in a lot of the activities where I represent clients.
My wife and I were referred to Sean Cleary by another Attorney. He was very highly recommended and, I must say, very deservedly so. Sean is very diligent in his work; his preparation is phenomenal and his presentations are something to behold. He is very accessible if you have any questions. He always takes the time to fully explain in language you can understand. We highly recommend anyone needing help...talk to Sean Cleary.Google Review
Sean is an outstanding professional, transparent and very diligent; he personally dedicated time and attention to my case; he always responded my calls promptly, keeping me informed all the time. His knowledge and advises are very accurate and valuable. Definitely, great lawyer.Google Review
I would highly recommend Sean Cleary. Not only is he a very knowledgeable attorney he takes the time to explain the law to ensure you understand every aspect of your case. He is also very sensitive to the needs of you and or your family during very trying times.Google Review
From day one, Mr. Cleary had faith in my case. He paid attention to every detail with great professionalism. He did not shy away from any challenges and went the extra mile to provide what he promised.Google Review
Highly recommended. Sean is smart, conscientious, detail-oriented and extremely knowledgeable in his field. Always gets excellent results for his clients.Google Review
I suffered a slip and fall while on a cruise which required surgery for a compound fracture of my femur. Mr. Cleary worked tirelessly to obtain compensation in my case, as events like mine are difficult to litigate sometimes. He is a fantastic advisor and I recommend him to anybody in need of a lawyer without hesitation.Client Testimonial
From 2015 to 2016, the Coast Guard registered 4463 accidents that involved 701 deaths, 2903 cases of injuries, and approximately $49 million dollars of damage to property as an effect of recreational boating accidents. The fatality count was 5.9 deaths per 100,000 registered recreational ships and represents an 11.3% increase from 2015's death rate of 5.3 deaths per 100,000 registered recreational vessels.
Most boating accidents occur when the weather conditions are improper, or due to a distracted and reckless operation of the boat, alcohol or drugs consumption, equipment failure, inadequate passenger behavior, or operator inexperience. Boating accidents that happen under these circumstances can have serious consequences such as severe injuries, boat damages, and even death.View full answer
In a boating accident, one of the following parties can be held liable: the operator of the boat, the owner, the manufacturer, the rental company, or even a passenger. However, it is important to keep in mind that there are cases when, due to unforeseen circumstances, liability can be difficult or even impossible to determine.View full answer
The damages that can be recovered from a boating accident lawsuit can include the victim's medical expenses, loss of wages, loss of earning capacity, property damages, pain and suffering, and other types of damages to an amount that depends on the severity of the injuries, liability and circumstances of the accident.View full answer
The most common boating accidents are those in which the vessel’s operation leads to personal injury, property damage, death, a missing person, total vessel loss. Boating accidents can also include capsizing, carbon monoxide poisoning, collisions, ejection from the vessel, electrocution, falling overboard, fires, explosions, flooding, swamping, grounding, and sinking.View full answer
In order to prevent injury and death from happening in a boating accident, it is important to take into account the following safety measures: wearing a life jacket, not consuming alcohol or drugs, avoiding excessive speed, keeping the boat properly maintained, reading the liability waiver, knowing where the safety equipment is, not overloading the boat, watching the weather, and taking a boating safety course.View full answer
The statute of limitation for boating accidents in the state of Florida is four years from the date of the accident. However, depending on the type of legislation your claim falls under and the type of party you are making the claim against, some claims need to be filed sooner, within 3 years, two years or even 6 months.View full answer
Yes, if you were injured in a boating accident it is strongly recommended that you seek legal advice from an experienced attorney because the legislation on waterways incidents is extremely complex. Some boating accidents can fall under the general Florida law, whereas Admiralty or maritime law applies to others. It is extremely important to have an experienced attorney navigating these complexities for you.View full answer