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On March 26, 2013, Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, and another attorney from Arnold & Itkin filed a lawsuit on behalf of an injured Jones Act Seaman in Harris County, Texas. The plaintiff is a Florida resident sustained serious injuries while on the job including a serious neck and head injury. These injuries occurred as he was working on a drilling barge located just off of the coast of ...
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Offshore Injuries on the Oilfields

The oilfield industry is rated among some of the most dangerous occupations in the world as injuries and death are ever present for the workers. Due to the high usage of heavy machinery, the possibility of an impalement or death is not unheard of. On these sites injuries and death can be caused by a number of causes such as being struck by equipment, motor vehicle accidents, catwalks, crushed by ...
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Coast Guard officials rushed to the scene last night when a tug boat that was pushing an oil barge struck a gas pipeline in Louisiana. According to reports, authorities do not believe that the barge was leaking its cargo oil, but the gas pipeline burst and sent liquid all over the Bayou Perot. This marshy area about 30 miles south of New Orleans is now ablaze as officials try to douse the fire ...
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