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On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon suffered from an explosion that was later described as a "blowout." The semi-submersible oil rig which was owned by Transocean had been drilling in the Macondo Prospect for BP when the explosion occurred. It resulted in a fireball that was visible for over thirty miles and allowed crew members less than five minutes to escape from the vessel. In the end, it ...
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A Texas man was recently fishing in the Aransas Pass when his boat was flipped by the wake left behind by a large tanker vessel. The wake was substantial enough that his boat was completely capsized and he suffered from serious injuries to his neck and shoulder as a result. Maritime law attorney Jason Itkin from Arnold & Itkin LLP took on the case and filed suit in Nueces County, TX. By working ...
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