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The Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), like other workers’ compensation schemes, provides a compromise between land-based maritime workers and their employers: workers who are injured on the job receive quick, guaranteed compensation from their employers regardless of fault, and employers are generally absolved from any further liability in relation to such injuries. However, the LHWCA generally preserves an injured worker’s remedies against third parties who may be “liable for damages.” Read More ›