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In Harris County, Arnold & Itkin is currently working together to file a suit on behalf of a seaman who was working aboard the Jim Thompson. This boat, owned by Noble Corporation and operated by the Shell Oil Company along with both of their subsidiaries, is considered to be a semi-submersible rig. During his employment, the plaintiff fell into an unmarked hold on the desk – causing serious ...
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Wrongful death claims are some of the most difficult and emotionally trying cases to take on – at Arnold and Itkin, we are not deterred. We know that a successful outcome in a case of this nature can mean all the difference to a family suffering the loss of a loved one and we are fully dedicated to helping our clients receive the just outcome that they deserve. This was the case when Attorney Kurt ...
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Attorney Kurt Arnold and another attorney from Arnold & Itkin are currently working to seek damages on behalf of an injured seaman . The plaintiff in the question suffered serious injuries when working to tie off a Kirby Inland Marine barge in Corpus Christi. While these injuries alone would have been tragic enough, they were aggravated by the fact that his employers had required that the ...
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A Jones Act seaman who was employed by Hercules suffered from serious injuries after working with worn-out and fatigued equipment. While working, the equipment broke, causing the plaintiff to fall back onto the rotary table and sustain injuries to his back and neck. Since the incident, the employee has already had to experience a surgery to deal with the injuries that he sustained to his back. ...
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