California's maritime employment includes shipyards, marine terminals, vessel operators, bulk cargo, tugboats, towboats, barges, and much more-- maritime workers serve an important role in the community. According to the California Association of Port Authorities, in Long Beach alone, port activities generate 1 in every 22 jobs in Southern California.

While California is a major gateway for products entering and leaving the United States, international trade isn't the only industry that provides maritime jobs. Cruise ship and commercial fishing also play a big role in California's maritime industry.


California Maritime Injures & Accidents

Earning a living on, or near, the ocean is a dangerous business. Whether its caused by the sheer unpredictably of the ocean, faulty equipment,  negligent coworkers, etc., if you are injured you may want to contact an experienced Maritime and Jones Act attorney to ensure your rights are protected.

Maritime Accident Lawyer Richard Serpe

Richard Serpe obtained an advanced degree in Maritime law from Tulane University after receiving his law degree. He has helped victims of Maritime accidents for over 29 years. If you would like to setup a free consultation (no obligation) to speak with Richard Serpe, contact us at 877-544-5323.

Notable ports ports and harbors in California: Alcatraz Wharf, Channel Islands Harbor, Clipper Yacht Harbor, Crescent City, Port of Hueneme, Humboldt Bay, Huntington Harbour, Port of Long Beach, Port of Los Angeles, Marina del Ray, Morro Bay, Noyo Harbor, Port of Oakland, Port of Richmond, Port of San Francisco, Port of Stockton, Port of Redwood City, Port of Sacramento, Port of San Diego, San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina, San Pedro Bay, Shelter Cove.