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With proper foundation, the Hawaii courts recognize that a personal injury damage award should adequately compensate for actual losses sustained - past, present or future. "[D}ifficulties often arise in ascertaining... what sum will produce adequate compensation." The duty of juries in such cases is "to draw reasonable and probable inferences from the facts and circumstances in evidence and "to form, under proper instructions from the court, such reasonable and probable estimate, as in the exercise of good sense and sound judgment ... will produce adequate compensation." "There is no sound reason ... for throwing any part of the loss upon the injured party.". Coney v. Lihue Plantation Co., 39 Haw. 129 (1951)
This site provides resources and legal information in the
areas of Ocean, Boating, Shipping and Maritime accidents, cases
involving the Jones Act
and other admiralty resources.
JONES ACT - TABLE OF CONTENTS
you or someone you love has been seriously injured, here at
Accident-Lawyer-Hawaii we can
help you to recover your life back together again.
in handling serious maritime personal injury and death claims—claims
for damages arising out of the wrongful conduct of others.
Please use the resources shown on the left and right side of
this page to navigate this site.
at Accident-Lawyer-Hawaii free consultations are provided
to evaluate critical maritime injury and wrongful death cases. Most
cases are handled by Accident-Lawyer-Hawaii on a contingency fee,
so "No recovery--No
fee." If Accident Lawyer Hawaii agrees to
handle your case on a contingency
fee, there will be no fee unless we win.
After a maritime accident it is usually very important
to preserve whatever evidence is available regarding the accident. This
usually involves preserving some evidence and photographing
evidence that may for some reason be perishable or subject to
change. It also involves locating and interviewing witnesses to the
maritime accident before memories fade.
A further discussion of these issues can be found at:
Inital Steps in Making Your Claim
type of claim has a deadline for filing the claim in court.
None more so than maritime claims.
These differ from claim to claim - the deadlines given on
this website are those generally applicable in the state of Hawaii-
since Accident-Lawyer-Hawaii is located in Hawaii.
This deadline is known as the Statute of Limitations.
After the passage of this period of time, the claims
will usually be lost - regardless of their merits.
these deadlines, you should act promptly to contact
on any claims
which you may wish to pursue.
Contact Accident-Lawyer-Hawaii now
for a free evaluation of your case.