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Jones Act
One of the most overlooked beneficiaries of a Jones Act claim is the family of the injured seaman. Families depend on the income provided by workers across all maritime industries—when injuries prevent men and women from making a living, families suffer. That’s what happened to our newest client when he was injured while working on a cargo vessel. Our newest client is a Jones Act seaman from ...
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Suit Filed on Behalf of Arkansas Seaman

One of the most important things for an injured worker to do is refrain from working before they're fully healed. Doing so not only ensures that they’ll be able to work at full capacity--it ensures that they’ll heal correctly and prevent further injury. Policies are often put in place to protect workers from employers who force them to return to work before they’re ready. Arnold & Itkin’s most ...
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Boat Accident
One of the most important things that you can provide an injured person is immediate medical attention. That’s why working offshore is more dangerous than other jobs on a fundamental level—hospitals are hours away, making quick response even more necessary. Unfortunately, our client was denied fast medical care due to circumstances that were completely avoidable. Our client was working on a vessel ...
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Offshore workers face some of the most dangerous and demanding work in all of American industry, which is why it’s no surprise that laws exist exclusively to protect them from unsafe work environments. As maritime injury attorneys, we are always looking for ways to protect offshore workers from the abuses and accidents that have become far too common. Our newest client was doing his duties aboard ...
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