Armbrecht Jackson LLP is a full service law firm with practice areas including admiralty and maritime law, aviation law, business and commercial litigation, professional liability defense, insurance, oil and gas corporate transactions, and banking and finance. Founded in Mobile in 1897 by William H. Armbrecht, the practice of admiralty and maritime law is an integral part of the Firm’s tradition and the Firm maintains a commitment to the shipping, stevedoring, ship agency and blue and brown water industries. The Firm’s clients include shipbuilders, shipowners, ship agents, stevedores, shipping companies, marine insurers and banks and investors with shipping interests. The Firm’s admiralty and maritime trial team, including partners Scott G. Brown, Timothy A. Heisterhagen, M. Kathleen Miller, Richard W. Franklin and Mark B. Roberts, have defended personal injury and disability claims, vessel arrests, capsizings, barge breakaways and other issues of casualty, loss and liability, cargo and insurance claims and disputes over vessel construction and repair. Our transactional attorneys, led by partner Gregory P. Bru, have been involved in acquisitions and divestitures involving maritime companies and a range of contract matters involving maritime and agency businesses. Our lawyers participate in industry organizations such as the Maritime Law Association of the United States, Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute and the Propeller Club of Mobile.