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Admiralty & Maritime Attorney Tim Akpinar

(718) 224-9824
Alabama
United States
Tim Akpinar provides personalized service and aggressive advocacy. As a former merchant marine officer who understands the hardships of working at sea, he is ready to fight hard for the rights of yacht crews and other commercial mariners.

Tim Akpinar represents crews and recreational boaters throughout the United States. Tim is a former merchant marine officer and handles collision, salvage, complex property losses, and injury cases.

He taught law at a state maritime academy. Tim is a licensed engine room officer with an unlimited horsepower rating, having studied marine engineering at a state maritime academy. He grew up on small boats since he was twelve and has been the owner of several sailboats and powerboats throughout his life, having experience in racing and cruising.

For a free consultation, contact Tim at timakpinarlawoffice@verizon.net or at (718) 224-9824. Tim fights hard for his clients whose rights involve admiralty jurisdiction and maritime law. His work is referenced in Wikipedia and he was asked to cover the maritime law subject of limitation of liability for the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He was recently interviewed by Water Welders, a commercial diving industry magazine. He has covered many maritime law subjects for leading marine publications.

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