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Cargo Ship Crew Member Evacuated after Suffering Burn Injuries

A crewmember on a cargo vessel off the Galveston coast had to be medically evacuated by the Coast Guard after he suffered burn injuries. According to the Coast Guard, the maritime worker was evacuated from a cargo ship about 130 … Continue reading

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Seaman Evacuated After Suffering Burn Injuries

Burns are some of the most serious and painful injuries that maritime lawyers see. An injured crew member could be looking at spending weeks and months receiving immediate treatment for his burns and keeping infections at bay. He may also … Continue reading

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Exposure to possibly suffering a permanent disability if continued in the job not persuasive for the purposes receiving disability retirement benefits

Exposure to possibly suffering a permanent disability if continued in the job not persuasive for the purposes receiving disability retirement benefits Greenway v NYS Employees' Retirement System, 274 AD2d 662; Motion to appeal dismissed as untimely, 95 NY2d 917 Corrections … Continue reading

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Passenger suffering breathing difficulties dies aboard cruise ship

A 57-year-old cruise ship passenger had difficulty breathing before he died aboard a cruise ship early yesterday morning, police said. The ship's medical staff had tried to revive the man before he died just before 3 a.m. yesterday, police said. … Continue reading

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