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The most common mistakes cruise ship accident victims make

Cruise ship accidents, as unlikely as they might sound, do happen. The recent capsizing of the Costa Concordia near the coast of Italy was a warning sign to all passengers around the world: even if they are on a luxury … Continue reading

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Global Maritime Security and Anti-Piracy Conference

The Gujarat National Law University, Gujarat, India is organizing the Global Maritime Security and Anti-Piracy Conference from 26 to 27 November 2011 at Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. The following is the conference announcement: Relevance of the conference for the developing nations,… … Continue reading

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Why You Need To Hire a Good Maritime Lawyer

Maritime law represents a very specialized set of law and regulations that apply to cases involving maritime accidents or the waters of the United States. If you are a maritime worker and have been injured while working on a maritime … Continue reading

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Maritime Law and Why You Need a Maritime Attorney

Maritime law applies to cases involving injuries or accidents on the waterways of the United States, in the Gulf of Mexico, or at sea. Maritime law is very specialized and has evolved much over the last two centuries in the … Continue reading

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Court Awards Maritime Worker Damages in LHWCA Lawsuit

A worker, who was injured in a fall accident on a vessel while he was working as a cargo clerk, has been awarded more than $94,000 in damages by a court. The man had been employed by Ports America Louisiana … Continue reading

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