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April 30, 2009

When's something "off shore"?

Jones v. Frances Drilling Fluids, 2009 US DIst LEXIS 21388 (March 17, 2009) was a contract case, but one worth noting here.  The insurer argued it was not bound because it was liable only for "off shore" injuries, which, it said, meant only rigs in the gulf; the injured worker, of course, had been injured on a rig, but not one that was in the gulf.  The court held that the contract was ambiguous.


Tip of the hat to AdamsDrafting.com, which I bet you will find of interest...

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