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- The Defense Base Act
- The Defense Base Act of 1941
- Who Does the Defense Base Act Cover?
- How DBA Claims are Made
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Claims
- War Hazards Compensation Act Claims
- FAQs Regarding The Defense Base Act
- FAQs Regarding the LHWCA, DBA, and WHCA
- The Longshore Harbor Act
- Longshore & Harbor Workers Compensation Act - Overview
- Who is Covered
- What is a Maritime Occupation?
- What are the Basic Provisions?
- What are the Benefit Levels?
- How are Claims Made Under the LHWCA?
- LHWCA Claims Forms Explained
- Department of Labor Resources on Longshore Claims
- Maritime Workers
- Overview of Maritime Law
- Benefits for Longshoremen
- Legal Definition of Seaworthiness
- Sailors and Seamen: What They Do and Common Injuries
- The Risks to Marine Terminal Workers
- Work-Related Injury for Harbor Workers
- Longshoremen and On-The-Job Injury
- Maritime Accidents
- The Many Kinds of Maritime Accidents
- Is it Seaworthy?
- Danger About the Ferry
- The Problem with Drunk Boating
- Cruise Ship Injuries
- The Death on the High Seas Act
- Cruise Ship Workers Claims
- Offshore Oil and Gas Workers' Rights
- Recreational Boating Accidents
- Commercial Fishing Accidents
- Tug Boat and Barge Accidents
- Shipyard, Dock and Pier Accidents
- Dredging Accidents
- Drowning Accidents
- Sexual Assaults on Cruise Ships
- Oil Rig Injuries
- The Jones Act
- The Jones Act - 46 US 688
- Who is Covered?
- How Does the Jones Act Complement the LHWCA?
- What are the Employees Rights?
- Third Party Claims Brought Under the LHWCA
- Maritime Injury Topics