Admiralty and Maritime Law is defined as a body of law governing marine commerce and navigation, the transportation at sea (by containerships, tankers, passenger ships, barges, tugs, boats, etc.), in navigable waters, of persons and property, and marine affairs in general. An admiralty court is a court that exercise jurisdiction over all maritime contracts (vessel hull and liability insurance, cargo insurance, Longshore Harbor Workers Insurance, cargo carriage contracts, etc.), torts, injuries, or offenses; the U.S. federal courts are so-called when exercising their admiralty jurisdiction, which is conferred by the U.S. Constitution, Article III, Section 2. The admiralty and maritime law is comprised of International Treaties/Conventions, U.S. Statutes, and the General Maritime Law developed by admiralty courts’ decisions over centuries. This firm handles all matters that may arise under the admiralty and maritime law.