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Doyle LLP vs Ariel of SW Florida LLC. – Jones Act Seaman

Maritime Negligence – Jones Act Seaman Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit in Hidalgo County (Edinburg, Texas) under the Jones Act and general maritime law against Ariel of SW Florida LLC. On or about May 1, 2016, Doyle LLP’s client was a Jones Act seaman, working on Ariel SW Florida’s vessel, the M/V Capt. […]

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Doyle LLP vs. SCF Waxler Marine, LLC

Jones Act Seaman Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers was recently retained to represent a Jones Act seaman in an offshore injury case against SCF Waxler Marine, LLC d/b/a SCF Liquids.  The suit was filed in Harris County, which is located in Houston, Texas. The suit arises from a June 2014 injury suffered by Doyle LLP’s client, […]

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Doyle LLP vs. Blackwater Diving LLC

Jones Act Negligence Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit in Houston, Texas (Harris County District Court) against Blackwater Diving, LLC, alleging the Jones Act negligence and unseaworthiness under general maritime law. On July 28, 2016, the suit alleges that Blackwater Diving was negligent and its vessel, the Black Diver III, was unseaworthy.  The incident […]

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How Admiralty Law Views Claims of Personal Injury Liability

  Suppose a passenger or crewman aboard a cruise ship slips through a faulty guardrail. Who is liable: the cruise operator or the guardrail manufacturer? When workers suffer injury or death while offshore, who owes what compensation to them or their survivors? The answers hinge on the complexities of admiralty and maritime law. Admiralty law specifically governs […]

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The History of Maritime Law

The history of maritime law is a blend of centuries-old doctrines, international treaties, contemporary legislation, private contracts, and some additional elements crammed into one set of interdependent legal rules. The earliest laws go back to the 7th Century when the maritime code of the Island of Rhodes that governed commercial trade and navigation influenced the […]

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Why You Need An Injury Attorney For Trawl Winch Accidents

An experienced maritime injury attorney must be familiar with many types of offshore hazards. For example, a trawl winch could be considered a hazard on a sometimes dangerous maritime job. Often heavy and operated with complex machinery, these wind-affected tools are used on offshore rigs and seafaring vessels to carry loads of various sizes. Unfortunately, […]

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Where to Begin with Your Maritime Ladder or Step Accident

Maritime Accident Lawyer

Seafaring vessels of all types and sizes play important roles in the maritime industry. On these vessels, steps and ladders are needed to ensure the safe and easy travel for employees and guests from room to room. Occasionally, these essential structures fail or were built in an unsafe way. In the event that this results […]

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Maritime – Tortious Interference/Defamation

Maritime Lawyer Houston

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Navig8 Ship Management PTE LTD. and the Navig8 Group (collectively “Navig8”) alleging tortious inference with an existing contract, defamation, tortious interference with prospective business relations, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and fraud arising out of the acts committed by Naivg8 while Doyle LLP’s client was working for […]

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Maritime Personal Injury- Negligence

Maritime Accident Lawyer

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Oceaneering International Inc. and the Encore Group LLC for negligence, unseaworthiness, and wrongful denial of maintenance and cure arising from back, neck, and shoulder injuries sustained upon the Defendant’s’ vessel.  At the time of the incident, Doyle LLP’s client was working as a cook onboard Defendant’s’ vessel, […]

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Maritime Personal Injury- Maintenance and Cure

Maritime Lawyer Phoenix

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Ensco International Incorporated (“ENSCO”) for the wrongful denial of maintenance and cure arising from its failure to make payments after Doyle LLP’s Client contracted multiple sclerosis (“MS”) while onboard the vessel, the ENSCO-DS-5.  At the time of the incident, Doyle LLP’s Client was working as a galley […]

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