Waldron v. Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.,
386 U.S. 724 (1967)

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Waldron v. Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc., 386 U.S. 724 (1967)

Waldron v. Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.

No. 233

Argued March 13, 1967

Decided May 8, 1967

386 U.S. 724


Petitioner, a seaman injured on respondent's ship, who contended that vessel was unseaworthy because too few crewmen were assigned to perform a specific task in a safe and prudent manner, held entitled to present his theory of unseaworthiness to the jury. Pp. 386 U. S. 724-729.

356 F.2d 247, reversed and remanded.

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