Recently, a 74-foot sailing vessel named Hawai’i Aloha capsized and grounded near Kaupulehu. The entire crew had to abandon ship, using life rafts to escape, but one crewmember is still missing after several days.
The Hawai’i Aloha’s grounding is just one of similar ship groundings that happened on the same weekend in Hawaii because of a storm, according to the Department of Land and Natural Resources.
The largest ship grounded in the storm was a 780-foot container ship in Honolulu Harbor.
What Kind of Injuries Can I Suffer on a Sailing Vessel?
In the video above, maritime injury lawyer David Anderson discusses the many different types of injuries that can be sustained on the water. A maritime attorney can help you in your attempt to collect compensation for past and future lost wages, past and future medical expenses and for pain and suffering. In the event of death, it is possible for a loved one to be compensated as well.
If you have been injured on a vessel either by a unseaworthy vessel or by the negligence of the employer, then call the nationwide maritime attorneys of Latti & Anderson. We have dedicated our lives to helping individuals at sea.
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