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Maritime Accidents

A Maritime Welder at Work

The Dangers of Maritime Welding

15.08.2018 in Maritime Accidents, Offshore Injuries

Maritime welding, also known as hyperbaric welding, can be one of the most lucrative occupations that do not require a college degree. However, maritime welding accidents are a frequent occurrence on oil platforms, ships, and underwater construction sites. According to research by the Center for…

Maritime Employees at Work

Maritime Crush Injuries

06.08.2018 in Maritime Accidents

Crush injuries are a tragic yet relatively common aspect of the maritime profession. Sailors, longshoremen, and rig workers share the workplace with some of the heaviest machinery on earth. Inevitably, accidents happen, and the consequences can be devastating. Those lucky enough to survive a crush…

A Ship at Dock

2018 Training Challenges Facing the Maritime Industry

06.07.2018 in Maritime Accidents

A maritime industry lawyer knows that the law of negligence determines the outcome of many maritime accident cases. Negligence occurs when a person fails to act with the degree of care expected of a reasonable person under similar circumstances. A lack of training is often…

A Deadline to File a Maritime Injury Claim

Can a Maritime Injury Claim Expire?

25.06.2018 in Maritime Accidents

If you’ve been injured at sea and intend to seek compensation from your employer, you should file your claim sooner rather than later. Generally, the law bars you from filing a maritime injury claim anywhere from one to three years after your injury occurred, depending…