Crew members sue Maersk in the U.S.

11 crew members aboard “Maersk Alabama” demand $50 million in compensation following pirate attack.

11 members of the 20-man crew aboard the container ship ”Maersk Alabama” are together demanding 50 million dollars in compensation of Maersk Line Ltd., a subsidiary of A.P. Moeller – Maersk. The American newspaper The Virginian-Pilot writes that the 11 crew members are demanding the considerable sum in compensation for the pirate attack on “Maersk Alabama” which occurred in 2009 off the coast of Somalia.  

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