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Founded in 1993, Horr, Skipp & Perez, P.A. is an AV® rated maritime defense firm devoted to representing vessel owners, operators and charterers, cruise lines, concessionaires, cargo interests, marine insurance underwriters, protection & indemnity associations and marine lenders. Our representation in admiralty and maritime matters includes civil trial practice, arbitration and appeals in state and federal courts throughout the state of Florida.

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We are pleased to announce that the trial team of David Horr, Juan C. Perez, Jr., Esq., and Riona Maharaj, Esq. successfully defended a major cruise line at trial<

November 4, 2021

We are pleased to announce that the trial team of David Horr, Juan C. Perez, Jr., Esq., and Riona Maharaj, Esq. successfully defended a major cruise line at trial over the last two weeks. Complete defense.

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Attorneys David J. Horr and Juan C. Perez, Jr., recently completed a two-week jury trial where a passenger sued Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.<

October 6, 2021

Attorneys David J. Horr and Juan C. Perez, Jr., recently completed a two-week jury trial where a passenger sued Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. due to a fall she experienced while boarding a cruise ship.  The passenger was found 90% liable for her accident. Read Full Article

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SUING AN INTERNATIONAL SHIPYARD IN FLORIDA? NOT SO FAST, SAYS APPELLATE COURT<

July 6, 2020

In a decision that will impact international shipyards, the Florida Third District Court of Appeal directed the trial court in Meyer Werft GMBH & Company, KG, v. Humain to grant Meyer Werft’s motion to dismiss Humain’s complaint for lack of personal jurisdiction. In March 2016, Jocelyne Humain, who had been hired as […]

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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Affirms Summary Judgment in Favor of Shipowner Based on Open and Obvious Defense<

June 29, 2020

In Troutman v. Seaboard Atlantic LTD., No. 19-10533 (11th Cir. 2020) , the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirmed summary judgment in favor of Seaboard, finding that Troutman’s suit was barred because, among other reasons, the hazardous condition that led to his injury was open and obvious. At […]

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