|Other titles||Jones Act and maritime law for injured workers|
|Statement||Bill Ogletree, William C. Abbott .|
|Contributions||Abbott, William C.|
|LC Classifications||KF1132 .O35 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 576 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||576|
|LC Control Number||2007900086|
: Jones Act & Maritime Law for Injured Workers () by Bill Ogletree and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Bill Ogletree. INTRODUCTION: #1 Jones Act And ^ Free Book Jones Act And Maritime Law For Injured Workers ^ Uploaded By Dean Koontz, the jones act is the popular name for the merchant marine act of a law that regulates maritime commerce among the provisions of the jones act the law provides for compensation for seamen who are injured . Seamen injured during the course of their regular employment are allowed to sue their employer for damages under the federal law known as the “Jones Act.” Unlike workers’ compensation (which is a no-fault system), an injured seaman must establish that the crew and/or owner of the vessel acted in a negligent manner and caused their injury. The Jones Act is the popular name for the Merchant Marine Act of , a law that regulates maritime commerce. Among the provisions of the Jones Act, the law provides for compensation for seamen who are injured .
Jones Act Law. The Jones Act is an area of the federal law that guarantees the rights of the maritime workers on vessels or rigs that operate in navigable waters. One of its features is that it provides injured employees an avenue to sue their employers for damages. In general, workers’ compensation law protects employers from being sued by injured employees. Jones Act law, on the other hand, allows maritime workers . The Jones Act, LHWCA, OCSLA and law of seaworthiness all provide “no-fault” benefits to injured maritime workers, which means that you do not need to prove fault in order to recover financially. However, in many cases an employer’s, contractor’s or vessel owner’s negligence is to blame, and in these cases injured workers . Since seamen are unable to file for benefits after employer negligence the way land-based employees can, part of the Jones Act was created to help maritime workers recover damages from accidents and injuries. Injured seamen who are protected under the Jones Act . Because the Jones Act provides benefits to injured maritime workers, similar to what workers’ compensation does for many employees on land, many people often confuse the two. When examined, the Jones Act and Workers’ Compensation are significantly different. Difference between the Jones Act and Workers.
Because seaman status is a difficult issue of maritime law, if you were injured at work and think that you might qualify as a Jones Act seaman, you should contact a maritime personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. What Does The Jones Act Do? The Jones Act allows an injured seaman . The Jones Act law provides you with certain protections your employer may not want you to know about. A Jones Act attorney from The Young Firm in New Orleans, Louisiana, can help you if you have suffered boating accident injuries, an offshore accident or other injuries that fall under the maritime law. Jones Act & Maritime Law for Injured WorkersI had high hopes that this book would offer a solid introduction to Jones Act cases. Perhaps my hopes were a little too high. Although the authors do /5(2). Jones Act and Maritime Offshore Injury Law: What Every Worker Must Know by Reshard Alexander Esq (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Format: Paperback.