Offshore InjuryBlog

Blogs Posted in August

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Arnold & Itkin recently took on the case of a man who was severely injured while working on a cargo ship. The man attempted to make a rope swing so that he could transfer to a different platform on the vessel, but did not realize that the platform owner placed a rail over the proper landing area. As a result, the worker injured his knee when he tried to travel to the platform. He then had to swing ...
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Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, and another attorney from Arnold & Itkin have recently filed suit on behalf of an injured offshore worker who was harmed after wrongfully falling off of the barge on which he was working. The oil barge was owed by the R360 Environmental Solutions and at the time the plaintiff was working on the barge it had lights that were non-functioning as he was on an ...
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Arnold & Itkin LLP recently filed suit on behalf of a galleyhand working on an oil rig known as the ATWOOD CONDOR. This is an ultra-deep water DP semi rig that is owned by Friede & Goldman. It is a large vessel that can hold up to 200 persons. The offshore worker fell and hurt her back on the vessel while she was trying to move trash. Her employer did not pay any of the costs of maintenance and ...
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When you are employed as an oilfield worker, you understand that there is some risk involved. Your company is responsible for training employees and inspecting equipment operations. This was not the case for the injured offshore worker that Arnold & Itkin LLP recently filed suit on behalf of. Seasoned maritime attorneys Jason Itkin , Cory Itkin and Noah Wexler are representing the plaintiff in ...
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