US Bodily Injury News (Autumn 2004)
This Autumn 2004 edition of Bodily Injury News includes articles on Visa restrictions causing problems for foreign crew-members, Dealing with law enforcement officers in the USA, The challenge of the US longshore injury claims, The high cost of parting lines, Brazil - fines imposed for sanitary regulations infractions.
Thomas Miller Americas - Bodily Injury Team September 2004 (313 KB)
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