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The Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act is a federal workers' compensation act that provides benefits to injured maritime workers such as docks workers. The act protects longshoremen, harbor workers, and employees who work on docks and in shipping terminals and shipyards.
The Act offers compensation and medical care to employees disabled from injuries that occurred on the waters of the United States, or in adjoining areas customarily used in loading, unloading, repairing, or building a vessel.
The Longshoreman's Act also provides benefits to dependents if the injury causes the employee's death. These benefits are paid by an insurance company or by a self insured employer.
If you going through the settlement process and need to borrow money from your workers compensation claim or personal injury lawsuit, you may be eligible for a no-risk cash advance against your injury case.
What is the longshore and harbor workers' compensation act?
The Act covers a wide number of different maritime workers working on the navigable waters of the U.S.
Any qualified worker actively employed on a pier, wharf, dry dock, terminal, marine railway, or other adjoining area customarily used to build, load and unload, or repair vessels used on American waterways is eligible for compensation under the Act.
Work performed on or near docks, piers, and the lick is covered, including:
- Winch Operators
- Crane Operators
- Hold Men
- Clerks and Checkers
- Dock Men
- Forklift Operators
- Marine Construction Workers
- Ship Repairmen
- Ship Breakers
- Vessel Repair Workers
Differences between workers compensation and longshoremens compensation
Workers' compensation is generally an injured workers exclusive remedy against his employer. However, the Longshoremens and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act does not absolve a negligent ship owner of liability for a longshoreman's injury.
The act permits an injured longshoreman who receives compensation from his employer to pursue a common law tort action against a third party shipowner for injuries the longshoreman received as a result of the shipowner's negligence.
Case funding on your Longshore workers' compensation settlement
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How to get a settlement loan on your LHWCA injury claim
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