MIAMI MARITIME LAW ATTORNEY
Tonya Meister in the news
Attorney Tonya Meister has made appearances in both national and international media over the course of her career.
She has appeared on television in the United States and in Germany speaking about maritime law matters, and has been featured in multiple newspaper articles and journals.
On September 12, 2006, Tonya Meister appeared on MSNBC speaking about a missing cruise ship passenger and the legal ramifications. View the video below:
In 2011, Tonya Meister appeared on a local Martin County, Florida television station providing instruction to viewers on proper boating safety. View the video below:
In March 2008, Tonya Meister appeared on the German television show Buten unbinnen, speaking about the SS Norway explosion. View the video below:
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS
“MIAMI, FLORIDA – All those nights Tonya Meister poured over books for her certification exam in maritime law, she never dreamed that shortly after passing, she would be filing a class action suit against one of the world’s largest oil companies . . . ” Read more>>>
- “Meister Law taking on the big guns,” Central Florida Law Journal, April 9, 2010
- “Tonya Meister: A Sea of Compassion,” Barry Law Journal, Spring 2011, Vol. 5, No. 1
- “Hurt or Sick on the High Seas – Your Rights When Taking a Cruise,” lawyers.com, February 22, 2012
- “U.S. citizenship hard to come by,” floridatoday.com, June 4, 2010
- “Attorneys await ship staffer’s release,” Florida Today, February 15, 2008
- “Crew member sues Carnival,” Florida Today, February 13, 2008
- “Workers alarmed cruisers,” floridatoday.com, July 22, 2006
- “Cruise lines adding cell service,” floridatoday.com, June 23, 2006
- “Video shows passenger going overboard,” Florida Today, May 17, 2006
- “Passenger deaths a cruise concern,” Florida Today, January 15, 2006
- “Maritime lawyer reacts,” Florida Today, March 15, 2006
- “Canaveral’s crews,” Florida Today, December 11, 2005
- “Living wills take guesswork out of patient care,” Florida Today, February 24, 2005
- “Mirage I likely leaving Port Canaveral forever,” Florida Today, May 11, 2004
- “Mirage I on sale for about $6 million,” floridatoday.com, March 11, 2004
- “Ruling allows payment for Mirage crew,” Florida Today, February 28, 2004
- “Crew took jobs, violating visas,” Florida Today, February 14, 2004
- “Stranded crew shipped home,” Florida Today, February 10, 2004
- “Ex-crew of bankrupt ship must be paid,” Florida Today, February 6, 2004
- “Ship’s troubles strand former crew members,” Florida Today, January 31, 2004
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If you need an experienced maritime attorney to protect your rights, call Meister Law, LLC at 786-623-4162 or contact the firm online to schedule an initial consultation. Most cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means no payment of attorney fees or costs until and unless you make a recovery. The firm handles cases in state and federal courts throughout Florida.