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Merchant Seaman, Commercial Fisherman, Passengers to Recreational Boaters
Burns 100% of Body A tug boat marine engineer was working in the engine room when a pipe containing pressurized oil cracked and sprayed oil on the engine.
Traumatic Brain Injury The plaintiff lost his balance, fell over the side of the vessel and landed on the dock approximately 35 feet below.
Second and Third Degree Burns Plaintiff entered the lower pipe tunnel to perform her weekly safety checks.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury A crew member on a scallop vessel slipped and fell on a portion of the deck where there is no non-skid surface.
Paraplegia The VALIANT, a 130-foot ocean-going tug was in a shipyard in Tampa, Florida.
Tug and Barge
Cargo Ship Accidents
Container Ship Accidents
Shipyard, Dock and Pier
Crab Boat Fishermen
Cruise Ship Injuries
The Jones Act
Maintenance and Cure
Limitation of Liability Act
Maritime Wage Disputes
Longshore Workers Compensation Act
Third Party Longshoremen Claims
Defense Base Act
Oceanographic Research Vessel Act
Maritime Insurance Claims
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Back and Neck Injuries
Head and Brain Injuries
Injuries, Accidents and Deaths
Knee, Leg and Foot Injuries
Physical / Sexual Assaults
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