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Measures to protect the vessel side against stevedores injury - Use Of P&I Attorney
The Master shall arrange the P&I attorney through the agent, or contact the local P&I correspondent directly, in case he can not contact with the agent by some reasons.
The P&I representative shall be notified in all injury cases regardless of the extent of the accident.
Confirming P&I Attorney
The Master shall confirm the identity of the P&I attorney who has come onboard prior to answering any questions. Access to the vessel by a lawyer representing the injured shall be denied unless the P&I representative agrees.
The Master shall only answer questions from the competent authorities.
Preservation of Evidence
Documentation and evidence related to the accident shall be carefully kept at a safe place onboard, respecting any recommendation given by the P&I representative.
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Confirmation Statement Of Stevedores Accident
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