Tangipahoa County, LA Admiralty & Maritime Lawyers

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William K Hawkins

Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, Admiralty & Maritime, Medical Products & Devices
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Hutchison v. Seariver Maritime, Inc.

Mr. Hutchison filed a seaman's petition for damages on February 16, 2001, alleging that he was injured on April 2, 2000, while he was employed as a Jones Act seaman aboard the M/V SR Chicago, a vessel in navigation that is owned, operated, and/or controlled by the ...

Hutchison v. Seariver Maritime, Inc.

23 So.3d 946 (2009). Dusty HUTCHISON v. SEARIVER MARITIME, INC. No. 2009-C-2216. Supreme Court of Louisiana. December 18, 2009. Denied. KNOLL, J., would grant. GUIDRY, J., would grant.

Denoux v. Vessel Management Services, Inc.

... Glidden. See 1 Thomas J. Schoenbaum, Admiralty & The General Maritime Law § 5-15(4th ed. 2004) ("As a general rule, the statute of limitations will continue to run against a tortfeasor until she is made a party to the suit."). ...