Countryman & McDaniel -  The Logistics - Customs Broker Attorneys

International Trade & Safety Consultants

"Overlooking Runway 25 - Right, at Los Angeles International Airport"

"Recurring Dream"

On The Scene In The Rio de la Plata, Montevideo, Uruguay

Feature Date: May 12 2008

Event Date: Dec.10 2007

Countryman & McDaniel

 The Air & Ocean Logistics- Customs Broker Attorneys

International Trade Consultants

"Overlooking Runway 25 - Right, at Los Angeles International Airport"

On The Scene --In The Rio de la Plata

 A 2008 Countryman & McDaniel

Cargo Nightmare Prize Contender

Go Directly To The Feature

Index To Our General Services

Contact Countryman & McDaniel

Legal Services of The Firm

Our Staff Attorneys & Law Firm Profile

The Cargo Law Network - Correspondent Lawyers In The U.S. & Most Major Trading Nations

Library & Search Engine of The Cargo Letter

Search Engine For This Internet Portal - Find Everything You Need

Transport Reference Desk - Virtual Transport Library

Our LIVE LAX Webcams!

24 Hour Int'l Vessel Casualties & Pirates Database

The Photo Gallery of Cargo Loss - Photos & Lessons Learned

Transport Law Navigator - all air, ocean, motor & customs laws

Mega Portal of Trade & Transport References And Services

General Reference Desk - virtual public library

Terms & Conditions Required For Use of This Web Site

TRANS CAMS © - over 600 Transport Cams, 40 Satellites, Streaming Video, Transport Sounds, Short Wave Radio & Air Traffic Control! CLICK HERE

Search Our Portal To Int'l Trade & Transport Site Features,

Use The Search Engine Here:

   Search The Cargo Law Site or The Entire World Wide Web        powered by FreeFind

  Site Search Web Search

Other Great Disasters of our Time

The Cargo Letter Photo Gallery of Transport Loss

"Tank You, From The Somali Pirates" - Somalia - M/V Faina - Sept. 2008

"Too Little Runway - Too Much Plane" - TACA Flt 390 - June 2008

"Recurring Dream" - M/V Norwegian Dream - May 2008

"Paradise & Pirates" - S/V Le Ponant - April 2008

"The Light At The End of The Tunnel" - M/V Zhen Hua 10 & 23 - Mar. 2008

"Mess At Manzanillo" - M/V CMA CGM Dahlia - Mar. 2008

"Big Battered Banana Boat" - M/V Horncliff - Feb. 2008

"Back To The Beach" - M/V Riverdance - Feb. 2008

"Glider Operations At Heathrow" -- B-777 Crash - Jan. 2008

"Fighting Fires On Mars"- Martin Mars - Dec. 2007

"Steeplechase"- A340 - Nov. 2007

"Explorer Ship Down" - M/V Explorer - Nov. 2007

"Kwanyang Crane Kaboom" - Nov. 2007

"Den Den Done" - M/V Denden - Sept. 2007

"For The "L" of It" - M/V Action Alpha - August 2007

"Stack Attack!" - M/V Ital Florida - July 2007

"Pepito Flores Did Not Need To Die " - OUR INVESTIGATION RESULTS

"Riding Down The Marquis" - M/V Rickmars Dalian - June2007

"Carrying Coal To Newcastle" - M/V Pasha Bulker - June 2007

"Between A Yacht & A Hard Place" M/V Madame Butterfly - May 2007

"Boxing Up The Rhine" M/V Excelsior - April 2007

"Best Worst Laid Plans?" M/V Republica di Genoa - March 2007

"Crack'n On The Sidmouth" - M/V MSC Napoli - Jan. 2007 - Disaster In Real Time

"Full Speed Ahead" - M/V Alva Star - Nov. 2006

"Where The Trade Winds Blew" - Oct. 2006

"Maersk Montevideo Melee!" - M/V Leda Maersk - Oct. 2006

"Laying Down On The Job" - M/V Cougar Ace -- Aug. 2006 -- Amazing !

"Vine Ripened Tires" - M/V Saga Spray -- May 2006 -- Amazing !

"Mis-Fortune" - M/V Hyundai Fortune - March 2006

"Scheldt Snafu!" - M/V Grande Nigeria - Feb. 2006

"A Day A The Beach - M/V APL Panama - Jan. 2006 - OUR EPIC COVERAGE

"NO Rails" - destruction of New Orleans - Dec. 2005

"Backhaul !" - for July 2005

"The Boeing Tri-Motor" - for April 2005

"Catch of The Day" - for March 2005

"One Brick Short of A Runway" - for Jan. 2005

"Singles Only" -- Our One Photo Disasters

M/T Vicuna Explodes - for Jan. 2005

"Unstacked" - overboard & Dr. Beach - Nov. 2004

"Coal Face" - the cargo was danger - July 2004

"Super Loss" - March 2004

"On A Wing & A Prayer" - Jan. 2004

"Stepping In It" - Dec. 2003

"Angel Fire" - Nov. 2003

"Broken Spirit" - M/V Tasman Spirit - Aug. 2003

"Denise & Polargo" - a love story - July 2003

"Columbia River Round Up" - June 2003

"Keel Hualed" - M/V Hual Europe - May 2003

"Thrice Bitten" -- M/V Tricolor - Jan. 2003

"Ramp-Age" - Feb. 2003

"Piñata" - breaking the box - Jan. 2003

"Halifax Hash"--M/V Maersk Carolina - Jan. 2003

"Thar She Blows!" - M/V Hanjin Pennsylvania - Nov. 2002

"T-E-U Bar-Be-Cue" - aftermath of the Pennsylvania

"Container Pool" - a mystery - May 2002

"Strangers On My Flight" -- by Frank Sinatra - don't blame us - we only report this stuff!

"Dropping In On The Trucker" - it happened again - April 2002

"UNDER Achiever" - tell your friends ! - March 2002

Tell It To The U.S. Marines! - A Symbol of Our Day of Infamy - Sept. 11

Heavy Metal - lifting the un-liftable object - Disaster at Monrovia July 2001

Rail Mate -- an Egyptian rail loss - Tragedy At Ain Sokhna July 2001

Meals: Ready To Explode - Navy container barbecue at Guam! June 2001

America West Kisses Concrete M/V Ville De Orion - stack shift at LAX

U.S. Navy EP- 3 -- China Hostage Situation - Spring 2001

Attack On USS Cole (DDG-67) - - Dramatic Photos!

M/V OOCL America - Feb. 2000

M/V APL China - world's greatest container disaster - Nov. 1998

M/V New Carissa - the ship that would not die - 1999

M/V Tampa Maersk "on a dock diet"

Hanjin's Bad Stab - Under The Dock At Pusan, Korea - Exclusive Photo!

The Cargo Letter Photo Gallery of Transport Loss


"Recurring Dream"

M/V Norwegian Dream

On The Scene

In The Rio de la Plata

A Cargo Nightmare Prize Contender

The Date: Dec. 10 2007

The Time: 5 p.m. Evening Cocktails

The Place: The Rio de la Plata, Montevideo, Uruguay

M/V Norwegian Dream In Better Days

Nice Bow

Vessel Name - Norwegian Dream

1993 to1998: Ex-Windward

1998 to 2007: Ex-Norwegian Wind (yes we do see a problem with 1999)

Owner: Louis Cruise Lines

1993 to 2004: Norwegian Cruise Line

2004 to 2008: Star Cruises

Operator: Norwegian Cruise Line

Type of Vessel -Dreamward class cruise ship

Built Year: 1992

Shipyard: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France

Yard Number: C30

Cost: US$240M

Flag - Bahamas

IMO Number: 9008419

Power Output: 2 x 8-cylinder, 2 x 6-cylinder MAN-B&W diesels

Combined 18,638 kW

Maximum Speed: 21 knots (38.89 km/h)

Overall Length: 190.04 meters (623 ft 6 in)

Overall Beam: 28.80 meters (94 ft 6 in)

Maximum Draught: 6.80 meters (22 ft 4 in)

Depth: 17.83 m (58 ft 6 in)

Tonnage: 39,172 gross register tons (GRT)

Displacement: 5,589 metric tons of deadweight (DWT)

Handling Gear: None

Decks: 10 (passenger accessible)

Capacity: 1,750 passengers (lower berths)

2,156 passengers (all berths)[5]

Crew: 700

The Prolog To Disaster -- On Departure From Montevideo

PROLOG >> A Recurring Dream is a dream which is experienced repeatedly over a long period.

Science says that to experience post-traumatic stress disorder may have Recurring Dreams about the traumatic event.

The subjects of Recurring Dreams vary, and they often include events or settings from the dreamers' own experiences. The following examples are common*:

• The sensation of falling (Such as with cargo containers thrown overside?)

• Being held down or otherwise unable to move (Compare sleep paralysis)

• Nakedness in a public place (Cruising without your bow?)

• Being held back in school or failing a test (Missing a sailing date?)

• Losing teeth or the ability to speak (Or losing a bow or the inability to navigate?)

• Drowning, or otherwise not being able to breath (Close)

• Piloting a major cruise ship into a bow on collision with a cargo vessel causing extensive container damage. (Hint: This could be the recurring "Dream" in this case)

The Recurring Dreams in this feature did not begin on the Rio de la Plata -- but this feature does.

Michael S. McDaniel - Your Editor

* Each of these is a classic medical example of Recurring Dreams...... except perhps the Norwegian Dream

M/V Norwegian Dream -- On Departure From Montevideo On The Rio de la Plata -- For The Atlantic Ocean.

At 5 P.M. Dec. 10 2007 -- The Tow Line On A Barge Transiting To Argentina -- Parts.

The Container Barge Is Loose In The Rio de la Plata Current -- Now Adrift In The Rio de la Plata

.......... And Now On A Collision Course With M/V Norwegian Dream

A Helpless M/V Norwegian Dream -- Turns Hard To Port & Increases Engine Speed !

The Bridge Orders Came Swiftly -- But It Will Not Be Enough !

Report From The Passengers

"It was on the second day of our cruise when the collision occurred -- we were sailing down the estuary of the Rio de la Plata heading south from Montevideo, Uruguay to the Atlantic Ocean. It was about 5 p.m. when we felt a slight bump which raised an eyebrow but not an alarm. Marcia looked out of our window then and commented that a cargo ship seemed unusually close to us.

"A few minutes later M/V Norwegian Dream stopped, and the captain made an announcement that we had encountered a cargo ship and we had stopped to evaluate any damage to our ship. But not to worry. Well, it may not have worried the passengers but it certainly consumed their conversation for the evening."

"Actually, it turned out that we had collided with a barge adrift in the entrance channel, and the safety of our ship was not compromised -- although there was damage to the bow and forward ballast, and the captain said we were returning to Montevideo for repairs."

Al & Marcia Dollerschell -- on this 23 day cruise around South America

The Flotsam Quickly Makes Clear This Was More Than A Bump.

This 23-Day, Land/Ocean Adventure of South America Is Now One........

..... That Passengers -- Those Still Standing -- Will Long Remember.

M/V Norwegian Dream Struck The Container Barge With Devistating Effect. Cargo Value Is Millions of Dollars.

Both Autos & Containers Are Overside -- Others Are Crushed By The 39,172 Ton M/V Norwegian Dream

Report From The Passengers

"The delay meant that M/V Norwegian Dream would have to cancel two of the scheduled stops, at Puerto Madryn and the Falkland Islands, but the cruise line offered each passenger US$150 onboard credit as compensation. Most passengers felt that wasn't enough."
Al & Marcia Dollerschell -- on this 23 day cruise around South America

Two Days Later M/V Norwegian Dream Has Returned To Montevideo For Repair Wearing Container Transfer Paint

M/V Norwegian Dream Has Been Bitten In The Bow By The Barge

Report From The Passengers

"We saw the damage for ourselves. There was a four-by-four foot hole in the bow of the ship about five feet above the water line. The entire front of the bow was scraped and the top railing was mangled. It's still not clear how the accident occurred -- the cargo ship was being towed and the two broke setting the ship adrift -- and probably the courts will have to determine who was at fault."

"Also, the cruise line promised that each passenger would also receive a refund of half of the cost of the cruise."

"Most disappointing to us was that we were skipping our penguin stop at Puerto Madryn. But the captain said he would show us penguins somewhere along the way, even if he had to build one. And, as it turned out, we did see penguins later on so the trip wasn't a complete loss."

Al & Marcia Dollerschell -- on this 23 day cruise around South America

Editor Note

At the time Mr. Dollerschell said "that stuff happens." Perhaps he intended "Ship Happens! ©"

Dollerschell and his wife were among a group of 200 Vantage Travel group participants, and the firm threatened a class action suit against the owner of the vessel, Norwegian Cruise Line, in an attempt to negotiate a better compensention payment.

Having personally sailed with Vantage Travel for 14 days down the Danube River -- accross all of Europe to the Black Sea aboard the Vantage Travel owned M/V River Navigator -- I can tell you first hand that Vantage Travel is perhaps the most safety alert and considerate travel organization operating in the world today.


M/V Norwegian Dream Undergoes Rhinoplastsy At Montevideo

After Two Days of Repairs, M/V Norwegian Dream Again Made For The Atlanitic

Under A New Captain & An Itinerary With Three Ports of Call Eliminated -- The 23 Day Crise Continued.

The 23 Day Cruise Was Successful Going Forward.

Editor Note -

This incident was also filmed by a passenger of M/V Norwegian Dream -- showing the full story, including automobiles thrown from the container barge.
SEE THE MOVIE - But Come Back For The Recurring Dream. This film shows the full impact -- with both containers & automobiles taken overside.

Editor Note -

This Unusual Incident on The Rio de la Plata & her necessary quick repair at Montevido are hard luck for M/V Norwegian Dream & her passengers.

Unfortunately, the Rio de la Plata incident had only been a Recurring Dream for the Norwegian Dream.

There Was A Previous Dream of This Incident For Norwegian Dream. This Nightmare All Happened Before!

The first Recurring Dream follows, below ..........


"Recurring Dream"

M/V Norwegian Dream

On The Scene

In The English Channel

A Cargo Nightmare Prize Contender

The Date: Aug. 24 1999

The Time: 1:15 A.M.

The Place: The English Channel

 Now M/V Norwegian Dream -- We've Seen This Same View Before, Some Eight Years Later In Time


M/V Norwegian Dream -- Collided With The Panamanian-flagged Containership M/V Ever Decent in the English Channel About 20 Miles From Margate

The Conditions Were Night -- But Under Clear Skies & Calm Seas -- And Direct Radio Contact

M/V Norwegian Dream Is Crushed Back To The Collision Bulkhead

55,605 gross-ton M/V Ever Decent Is In Somewhat Worse Condition

From A Press Report of Aug. 24 1999

Firefighters battled a blaze aboard a cargo ship that collided with a luxury liner carrying 2,400 passengers back to England from a tour of Scandinavian capitals. Twenty-four people aboard the Bahamas-registered M/V Norwegian Dream, some of them crew members, suffered minor injuries in the accident.

"A few people went to the doctor's office to check for minor scratches, but it was nothing serious," said Geir Aune, president of Norwegian Cruise Line, which owns the luxury liner involved in the crash.

The frightening overnight collision, in the English Channel about 32 kilometers (20 miles) from Margate, jolted passengers at about 1:15 a.m. (0015 GMT).

"When I heard the bang, I really pictured another Titanic and started running to the deck," said passenger Arielle Adelman, 16, from New York City. "It was really scary. There was a loud bang. I was walking down the hall and fell over. The ship started shaking and things started falling."

"I'm from Los Angeles and I can only compare it to a 7.5 Richter scale earthquake," said Edna Mae Glikmann, another passenger aboard the cruise ship. "It was that violent."

M/V Norwegian Dream limped into Britain's Dover port on its own power. The ship's bow and bridge were badly damaged, and she carried away three containers that fell from the cargo ship onto her deck.

M/V Norwegian Dream was seven hours from the end of a 12-day cruise at the time of the accident.

Immediately after the collision, the cruise ship's passengers were brought on deck and told to put on life jackets while the ship's crew checked the damage.

"We didn't really know what was happening," said John Chambers, from Carlisle, England. It was very mild and calm so we thanked God for that. We could see in the distance one of the ships that was on fire and other ships were there that were coming to help."

Officials said they expected to take at least 24 hours to gain control of the fire aboard M/V Ever Decent, a cargo ship owned by Evergreen Marine Corp. of Taipei, Taiwan.

M/V Ever Decent's Captain Shu, a Taiwanese, guided his ship into shallow water and corrected a dangerous 40-degree list with water ballast. The ship lost several of its cargo containers into the sea.

The burning containers aboard M/V Ever Decent "contained paint and paint hardener which is producing noxious smoke," said a coast guard spokesman.

M/V Ever Decent's 25-member crew remained on board the ship, fighting the blaze along with crews from fireboats and helicopters.

Lloyds Shipping Service said the 55,605 gross ton M/V Ever Decent was built in 1997.

Investigators will try to determine how the two ships hit each other on a calm night with good visibility.

M/V Ever Decent 's next cruise, scheduled to begin August 24, was canceled. Passengers who arrived for that cruise will get refunds.

Rammed In The Port Side -- Containers Laden With Paint Now Burn Furiously

Note Flames Between The Container Stacks As Tugs Along Side Fight With Suppression Streams

  A Closer View Explains Why It Took Almost Two Days To Suppress Fires Aboard M/V Ever Decent.

To Save His Vessel, Capt. Shu Gallantly Piloted M/V Ever Decent Into Shallow Water & Corrected A Dangerous 40-Degree List With Water Ballast.

 M/V Norwegian Dream -- Now Sporting Evergreen Line Container Paint Tranfers & Newly Embarked Cargo.

Ribbed Remaines of An Orange Uniglory Container Dangle, As If From A Hungry Mouth. This Cruise Ship Does Seem To Like Cargo.

Containers On The Fo'c'sle

 M/V Norwegian Dream At Port of Dover Has Involuntarily Become A Container Vessel

 More Need For Rhinoplastsy At Dock In Port of Dover

M/V Norwegian Dream -- Will Suffer The Recurring Dream Again In Eight Years Along The Rio de la Plata In Uruguay

From A Press Report of The Day

M/V Norwegian Dream, loaded with mostly American and British passengers, Aug. 24 collided with the Panamanian-flagged containership M/V Ever Decent in the English Channel.

The 55,605 gross-ton M/V Ever Decent was heading Southeast bound for Zeebrugge across the English Channel. The 50,764 gross-ton M/V Norwegian Dream was heading Southwest down the English Channel bound for Dover.

The two collided at the intersection of the shipping lanes after M/V Ever Decent radioed M/V Norwegian Dream to assert her right-of-way and advise the cruise ship of the collision course. 'Lloyd's List' cited several professional mariners who were in the area when the ships collided as sources for this claim.

It remains unclear whether M/V Norwegian Dream acknowledged the request from M/V Ever Decent that the cruise ship take action to avoid a collision. No action was taken until it was too late and the M/V Norwegian Dream rammed the port side of M/V Ever Decent.

     A report in 'Trade Winds', a Norwegian newspaper printed that "preliminary inquiries point the finger of blame at M/V Norwegian Dream."

Report in American Maritime Officer Magazine

Virginia Resident Stacey Katt Waves Good-Bye From Damaged Porthole of M/V Norwegian Dream After The Collision At Port of Dover

Another Rhinoplastsy Awaits in 2007

We Hope That M/V Norwegian Dream Will Have No Further Need For Another Rhinoplastsy & Will Steer Clear of The Merchant Fleet

M/V Norwegian Dream In Her New2008 NCL Company-Wide Livery. We Wish Her Fair Skies & Following Seas In Years To Come

Editor Note -

Cargo Law wishes to make clear that no part of this feature is intended to question the proven dedication & seamanship of the officers & crew of M/V Norwegian Dream & M/V Ever Decent. Please draw your opinions from the press reports we have provided, not our comments. Some of our comments are offered in good humor to gain you attention to these features -- in the hope you will linger & study a bit longer -- in order to appreciate exactly how dangerous it is "OUT THERE."

As this feature was being readied for posting, just this week I spoke with the attorneys for two uninsured shippers who had no idea of the danger -- or that International law greatly limits recovery for cargo damage. Those shippers have now suffered great loss because they did not avail themselves of the simple, cheap protection of Quality Marine Cargo Insurance...... Because......... "Ship Happens! ©"

Consider the fact that the relatively few damaged containers & autos you have seen above -- were laden with a total cargo worth in the millions of dollars. Still, none of this made your evening T.V. news.

Michael S. McDaniel - Your Editor

Shippers Must Have Quality Marine Cargo Insurance ........ Because......... "Ship Happens! ©"

To Repeat -- No Matter How Careful You Are -- Or Who You Hire ....... "Ship Happens! ©"

"Ship Happens! ©"


The Dedication of This Feature Is Simple: To The Crews of M/V Norwegian Dream, M/V Ever Decent and thier families. These People Bring Our Passengers & Cargo.

SPECIAL NOTE: The historic dangers of carriage by sea continue to be quite real. Shippers must be encouraged to purchase high quality marine cargo insurance from their freight forwarder or customs brokerIt's dangerous out there.


The Vessels
M/V Norwegian Dream
M/V Norwegian Dream

Current View Abourd M/V Norwegian Dream Through Her Webcam

M/V Ever Decent

Evergreen Line

Current Position of M/V Ever Decent

Vantage Travel

Port of Dover

Port of Montevideo

Vantage Travel

Recurring Themes of Recurring Dreams

Recurring Dreams
Meaning of Recurring Dreams


Our Daily Vessel Casualties - stay informed

Other Ocean Related Features From The Cargo Letter- these are just examples

The Cargo Letter Photo Gallery of Transport Loss - For All The Air & Ocean Features - a few examples below
"Explorer Ship Down" - M/V Explorer - Nov. 2007

"Kwanyang Crane Kaboom" - Nov. 2007

"Den Den Done" - M/V Denden - Sept. 2007

"For The "L" of It" - M/V Action Alpha - August 2007

"Pepito Flores Did Not Need To Die " - OUR INVESTIGATION RESULTS

"Stack Attack!" - M/V Ital Florida - July 2007

"Singles Only" - visit our individual moments of transport crisis for more.

The Greatest Container Losses Of All Time - these are the grand fathers -

M/V OOCL America

M/V APL China

M/V APL Panama - The EPIC

"Great Misfortune"- M/V Hyundai Fortune - March 2006

SPECIAL NOTE: The historic dangers of carriage by sea continue to be quite real. Shippers must be encouraged to purchase high quality marine cargo insurance from their freight forwarder or customs broker. 

It's very dangerous out there.

Thanks To Our Contributors For The "Recurring Dream" Feature

Our Contributor for this feature are:
Michael Emm - Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Without you, we might have missed all this.

Anonymou Contributor Who Has Brouight Us Many Features -- But Must Be Anonymous*

The Cargo Letter appreciates the continuing efforts of these valued contributors. Thanks Pal For Your Contributions!

NOTE: Please Provide Us With Your Additional Information For This Loss.

EDITOR'S NOTE FOR SURVEYORS, ATTORNEYS & MARINE ADJUSTERS: The Internet edition effort of The Cargo Letter now celebrates it's 8th Year of Service -- making us quite senior in this segment of the industry. We once estimated container underway losses at about 1,500 per year. Lloyd's put that figure at about 10,000 earlier this year. Quite obviously, the reporting mechanism for these massive losses is not supported by the lines. News of these events is not posted to the maritime community. Our new project is to call upon you -- those handling the claims -- to let us know of each container loss at sea-- in confidentiality. Many of you survey on behalf of cargo interests with no need for confidentiality. Others work for the lines & need to be protected. As a respected Int'l publication, The Cargo Letter enjoys full press privileges & cannot be forced to disclose our sources of information. No successful attempt has ever been made. If a personal notation for your report is desired -- each contributor will be given a "hot link" to your company Website in each & every report. Please take moment & report your "overside" containers to us. If you do not wish attribution, your entry will be "anonymous." This will will benefit our industry -- for obvious reasons! McD

* NOTE: The Cargo Letter wants you to know that by keeping the identity of our contributors 100% Confidential, you are able to view our continuing series of "Cargo Disasters." Our friends send us materials which benefit the industry. The materials are provided to our news publication with complete and enforceable confidentiality for the sender. In turn, we provide these materials to you.  

The Manifest

| Cargo law Main Page | The Freight Detective | Law Navigator | Claims Calculator |

| The Freight Detective General Investigations | The Freight Detective Transport Investigations |

| The Logistics Chain | Photo Gallery of Cargo Loss | Our Staff |

| Trans-Cams | Forwarder/Broker Industry Chat & Issue Discussion Board |

| Library & Search Engine of The Cargo Letter | Bookstore |


 Back To Main Page


The Law Offices of Countryman & McDaniel

Eleventh Floor LAX Airport Center

5933 West Century Boulevard

Los Angeles, California, 90045

(310) 342-6500 Voice

(310) 342-6505 Fax


to The Law Offices of Countryman & McDaniel


to The Cargo Letter