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Maritime workers have rights to medical benefits if they're hurt

The Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (LHWCA) is a federal law that covers workers on the navigable waters of the United States should they become disabled. It provides them with compensation for medical care and vocational rehabilitation among other benefits.

Common reasons why boaters have accidents

One thing that many New Yorkers look forward to doing over the summer is getting out on the water in their boats. This uptick in water vessels during this time of the year doesn't come without dangers. There are some common reasons why individuals get hurt while at sea during this time of the year.

Remember that you have rights under the Jones Act

The Merchant Marine Act of 1920, which is also known as the Jones Act, turned 100 years old this year. It prescribes certain requirements that vessels must meet to be allowed to carry passengers and goods from one U.S. port to the next. There are many pros and cons associated with the Jones Act for both seamen as well as operators.

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