How Is The Jones Act Different from Workers’ Compensation?
Workers’ compensation benefits are provided to land-based workers at a state level and are meant to provide financial coverage for employees that became injured or...Read More
Can You Sue The Manufacturer of Faulty Machinery?
When you work in an industrial setting, you probably rely on several different types of equipment to do your job. Forklifts, backhoes, and all sorts...Read More
Can I Still Sue for an Injury After Signing a Waiver?
Maine is famous for its natural beauty and variety of outdoor activities, many of which don’t come without inherent risks of injury. From boating and...Read More
Can I File a Lawsuit for a Surgical Error?
Surgical errors can have devastating consequences for a patient’s life. While every surgical procedure comes with inherent risks associated with it, a surgeon is expected...Read More
What is Maintenance and Cure for Injured Sailors?
Maintenance and cure are benefits paid to injured sailors to cover their medical expenses and daily living expenses while they recover. Because workers at sea...Read More
Let Soldiers Sue
Attorney Taylor Asen authored this op-ed in support of a bill that would amend the Feres Doctrine and give active military the ability to bring...Read More