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$4.2 Million

Total settlements paid for a vessel sinking.

$3 Million

$3 million verdict for a diver working on the 520 Bridge project who sustained a permanent back injury.  

$1.8 Million

$1.8 million in total settlements paid for 8 claims in the Alaska Ranger sinking.

$1.55 Million

$1.55 million settlement for the wrongful death of a seaman by a deck hand cable.

$1.5 Million

$1.5 million verdict for a deck hand that slipped and fell.

$1.5 Million

$1.5 million settlement for a fishing vessel deckhand who slipped and fell.

$1.15 Million

$1.15 million settlement for a factory trawler worker who slipped and fell on the boat.

$1.15 Million

$1.15 million settlement for an abdomen injury occurring at sea.

$1.1 Million

$1.1 million maritime settlement (with offset) for a seaman who fell into an open fish hold, injuring his neck, back, wrist, and shoulder, requiring surgery.

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