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South Carolina Maritime and Admiralty Law

Admiralty and maritime law is a complex and specialized area of law that is significantly different from the laws that apply on land. It covers a wide array of issues involving the shipment of cargo, transportation of people, commercial fishing, boating for pleasure, and other issues related to ships.

At the Bluestein Law Firm, P.A., we focus our legal practice almost entirely on admiralty and maritime law. Founding attorney S. Scott Bluestein holds a Master of Laws in Admiralty from Tulane University. When you need help with a maritime law issue, he is well prepared to assist.

Our firm represents a wide range of clients with needs or concerns related to admiralty and maritime law, including:

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With offices just minutes from downtown Charleston, South Carolina, we represent individual and corporate clients throughout South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland and other areas of the United States. Contact our Charleston office for a free initial consultation to discuss the merits of your claim or a strategy to resolve your legal challenge.

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Bluestein Law Firm, P.A.
1040 eWall Street
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Telephone: 843-577-3092
Toll Free: 866-428-4030
Fax: 843-577-3093
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From our offices in Charleston, South Carolina, the Bluestein Law Firm, P.A., represents individual and business clients in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, and coastal communities across the United States, such as Mount Pleasant, Beaufort, Hilton Head, Myrtle Beach, Georgetown, Little River, Pawleys Island, Litchfield Beach, Isle of Palms, Savannah and Sullivan's Island and communities in Charleston County, Horry County, Georgetown County, Dorchester County, Berkeley County, Lexington County, and Beaufort County. 

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