Anderson Kill has extensive experience in complex maritime liability and marine cargo insurance matters. The firm has represented freight forwarders, commodities traders, energy producers, ship-builders, dock-owners and marine charterers. Anderson Kill has successfully handled cargo insurance, indemnity and liability disputes involving: port business interruption claims; submarine repair claims; gantry crane claims; stolen cargo from foreign ports; stolen energy commodities; and ship, wharf and dock allision property claims.
A sampling of our representative matters include:
Anderson Kill successfully represented domestic and foreign specialist freight forwarders for defense litigation, indemnity matters, subrogation issues and cargo insurance coverage claims involving, among other things, marine lashing equipment, engineering services, and industrial marine crane damage during ocean transit.
Anderson Kill successfully represented a not-for-profit oceanographic institution for marine cargo insurance claims, indemnity claims and subrogation arising from a submarine damage and repair claim.
Anderson Kill successfully represented a commodities trading firm in litigation over marine cargo insurance coverage for stolen commodities at an international port.
Anderson Kill successfully represented a commercial port operator for damage to piers and docks in connection with Superstorm Sandy damage, ship allision claims and maritime liability insurance.
If you need further information concerning our maritime liability and marine cargo insurance recovery practice, please contact Joshua Gold, chair, or Dennis J. Nolan, co-chair of the Marine Insurance Group.