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Clam Diggers Worked For Pacific Seafood Group - California Jones Act Lawyer

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Five Men Killed in a Boating Accident in Cook Inlet


The men were aboard a 20-foot skiff. Co-workers soon found a body washed ashore. All five members of the group were found dead in the area of a commercial clamming camp on the west side of the Inlet.

Some of the men were from California.

Pacific Seafood is the parent company of Pacific Alaska Shellfish, which runs a Nikiski processing plant that prepares the razor clams for market. The five dead men worked for the seafood company.

Three of the dead men were discovered wearing life vests, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Two were not.

The five Alaska clam diggers who died when their overloaded 22-foot skiff was swamped by rough seas and strong winds in Cook Inlet may not have been properly licensed, the Anchorage Daily News reported in Saturday's newspaper.

If the vessel was overloaded, then it would be unseaworthy and the employer would be negligent under the Jones Act and general maritime law.

Our thoughts and prayers go out the families of these men.


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William Turley
“When I seek out professional advice, I don’t want B.S., I want it straight up. I figure you do also.”
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