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Admiralty – Maritime Casualty – Methane Gas Explosion – Coal – Comparative Negligence (access required)

Where plaintiffs, the administrator of decedent master's estate and the owner of the vessel on which a methane gas explosion killed the master and other crew members, have established the negligence of defendants in incorrectly categorizing the coal stored in the hold where the explosion occurred in regard to the amount of methane gas released ...

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