Admiralty & Maritime

Oahu & Neighbor Islands Maritime and Ocean Activity Accidents Lawyers

Hawaii beckons the world to visit, play, and enjoy our sandy beaches and blue ocean. Unfortunately, sometimes a vacation turns tragic and a family has to cope with a serious injury or death. Lawyers at Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks are prepared to help. We investigate the facts and analyze issues of negligence and liability after maritime accidents, whether they involved passengers or crew, in Hawaiian waters or on the high seas.

Contact us by phone or e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation regarding any water-related injury such as a drowning, a scuba diving injury, a Jet Ski accident, a parasailing accident, a fishing boat accident, or accidental injury aboard an ocean liner.

Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks has handled claims for maritime and ocean related accidents since its formation in 1973. We have represented ship and dock workers, as well as passengers and those injured by ships and boats. We also represent people injured in ocean related activities such as diving and swimming.

See news articles about admiralty and maritime accident cases that our lawyers have successfully handled on behalf of injured clients .

We have recovered claims for shipboard seamen, dock and longshore workers, cruise ship passengers, maritime construction and dredging workers and recreational swimmers and divers involved in ocean activities. In over 30 years, we have represented members of all maritime unions dispatching members out of Honolulu and many Western ports.

Attorneys Paul F. Cronin , Patrick F. McTernan and Howard G. McPherson have special interests in admiralty and maritime cases. Together they have over 60 years of experience representing injured maritime workers and passengers. Paul Cronin was a navy officer and diver. Howard McPherson was a commercial diver and Chair of the Admiralty Section of the Hawaii State Bar Association.

To schedule a free initial consultation regarding as serious injury or fatality occurring as part of an admiralty or maritime accident in Hawaii or elsewhere, contact us.