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Jones Act Injury Claim For Stress Related Injury

Baseball analogies seem right this time of year and so here it goes (in the voice of the Yankee's announcer, John Sterling, please): "And the 11th Circuit goes Boom! It is high, it is far and ...
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41 USC 30104 or 41 U.S. Code § 30104 - Jones Act Attorney Explains

East Coast maritime lawyer John K. Fulweiler (a Proctor-in-Admiralty) represents injured crewmembers in pursuing Jones Act claims along with other available maritime remedies. Personal injury to or ...
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Going Down to the Sea, but Not with the Ship!

The lore of a captain going down with the ship is well known, but what's the legal consequence? Are civil, criminal or professional penalties meted out to the ship's master who scoots clear ...
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Why Crew Need to Remain Wards of the Admiralty Court

Don't let anyone tell you otherwise, crewmembers are and must remain wards of the admiralty Court. I've read a few things lately urging a change of course on this point and that's flat-out ...
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John K. Fulweiler Is A Jones Act Attorney

An injured seafarer may be able to obtain compensation through the remedies afforded by the Jones Act. Because vessel crewmembers generally do not have a right to claim under state workman's ...
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