The Jones Act, Seaman, Caillou Island Towing & Dejean case is about an alleged seaman that filed a lawsuit under the Jones Act in the United States District Court, E.D. Louisiana.
A brief summary of the Jones Act, Seaman, Caillou Island Towing & Dejean case includes:
- Christopher Dejean is an experienced mariner who briefly captained the M/V L MARIE. On June 4, 2015, the second day of his second two-week hitch aboard the vessel, Dejean claims he fell on the deck and injured his knee.
- Believing a leaking air conditioner and insufficient nonskid coating in the area to have caused or contributed to the accident, Dejean brought Jones Act and unseaworthiness claims against his employer, CIT.
- For more on the Jones Act Case – See Jones Act, Seaman, Caillou Island Towing & Dejean
CASE WATCH℠ is a compilation of Jones Act cases nationwide.
Case Watch is provided for the seaman and others as a source of information about various situations in which seaman have been injured while performing their jobs aboard a vessel, ship, platform etc. The seaman have usually sought remedies (unseaworthiness and maintenance and cure) under general maritime law and the Jones Act.
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