As a maintenance supervisor at Shoreline Foundation, 56-year-old Russell Rivenberg understood the dangers of harbor work. On May 23, 2013, the Loxahatchee resident kissed his wife Mary goodbye and went to work as usual.
Longshore and harbor work is dangerous by nature, so injured workers need to get the compensation they deserve as soon as possible. The key to obtaining Worker compensation for your injuries is knowing what steps to take and when.
Florida is one of the largest employers of maritime workers, and the number of workers involved in water transportation occupations is growing. Like many industrial and commercial occupations, longshore and harbor work is often dangerous. If you work in these fields, you may receive some type of Worker compensation benefits for your on-the-job injuries.
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