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Oct

16

2017
Unspeakable Tragedy as  8 Year Old Girl Dies After Fall on Carnival Cruise Ship Glory

Unspeakable Tragedy as 8 Year Old Girl Dies After Fall on Carnival Cruise Ship Glory

Sadly…news outlets are reporting that an 8 year old girl fell within the atrium of the Carnival Cruise Ship Glory while passengers were set to disembark at Port Miami. Apparently she fell while her family was waiting to use the elevator to leave the ship. A first responder at the scene attempted to resuscitate the girl and she was eventually taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s…

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Oct

14

2017
World’s Largest Cruise Ship Set to Sail in April 2018

World’s Largest Cruise Ship Set to Sail in April 2018

Symphony of the Seas will overtake Harmony of the Seas — both Royal Caribbean cruise ships — to become the world’s largest cruise ship. With the capability to house nearly 5,500 passengers per cruise, the boat is essentially a small town. From Conde Nast: “The world’s largest cruise ship has been revealed, and it’s unlike any of its predecessors. Royal Caribbean announced this week that…

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Oct

08

2017
Passenger Loses Part of Tooth in Cruise Ship Cabin Bathroom Shower

Passenger Loses Part of Tooth in Cruise Ship Cabin Bathroom Shower

In an unfortunate accident, a passenger’s tooth was knocked out while showering. Read the inquiry here… Lost half front tooth due to the pressure of the shower head being so powerful it would fall off. Like many passengers we speak to, they wanted to know if they could be compensated for their injuries if the cruise line was to blame for the injury. With even…

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Oct

06

2017
Back Injury Aboard Cruise Ship Tender

Back Injury Aboard Cruise Ship Tender

Recenty, we had an injured cruise ship passenger tell us about an injury that occurred while they were on the cruise ship tender. Tenders are the small boats that shuttle passengers from the cruise ship to docks. They can be dangerous as the small boats are unstable for passengers getting on to and getting off of the vessel while waves are rocking the boat. Here…

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Sep

14

2017
Has a Cruise Ship Injury Kept You From Working?

Has a Cruise Ship Injury Kept You From Working?

The cruise started out just fine. Pretty days on deck and fun night with lots of activities. But then an accident occurred. Maybe you slipped on a wet floor in a dining room and busted your ankle. Or perhaps took a tumble down some stairs because the carpet was ripped and broke your thigh bone in two places. Regardless of how the injury happened —…

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Sep

14

2017
Don’t Let Hurricanes Irma or Harvey Keep You From Filing A Cruise Ship Injury Claim

Don’t Let Hurricanes Irma or Harvey Keep You From Filing A Cruise Ship Injury Claim

We realize that the recent hurricanes Irma and Harvey have devastated residents in Florida, Texas and beyond. Our offices in Miami were also impacted. The hurricanes collectively have impacted more than 30 million people…some dramatically. And that impact has put part of people’s lives ‘on hold’ while they figure out how to deal with cleanup and restoration of their properties. However, for anyone who was…

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Sep

13

2017
Injured On A Cruise Excursion?

Injured On A Cruise Excursion?

Not all cruise ship accidents happen on the actual cruise ship. In fact, many injuries happen after passengers leave the cruise ship. Sailing to the Caribbean or to Mexico or elsewhere is often only one part of the cruise vacation. Passengers may pre-book shore excursion activities through the cruise line website or a travel agent so they’re ‘ready to go’ once the ship hits port….

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Sep

12

2017
Disabled Cruise Passengers Seek Legal Help

Disabled Cruise Passengers Seek Legal Help

Passengers who have become seriously disabled — or permanently disabled — because of an injury caused by a cruise ship accident will often seek out the advice of our law firm. And we’re glad they do. With over 20 million passengers cruising each year — not to mention the tens of thousands of crew members working on the ships — the opportunity for injuries to…

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Sep

12

2017
Cruise News: Florida Ports Look To Reopen After Hurricane Irma

Cruise News: Florida Ports Look To Reopen After Hurricane Irma

Per CruiseCritic.com, “The Florida homeports that shut down last week ahead of Hurricane Irma’s arrival are planning to reopen today, allowing the cruise ships that fled the storm to return.” Read the full story here: Florida Homeports Look To Reopen After Hurricane Irma, Cruise Ships Plan to Resume Sailing Port Miami, the port closest to our offices is scheduled today. Get further updates here: Port…

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Aug

18

2017
Carnival Ramps Up, Adding 5 More Cruises to Cuba From Tampa

Carnival Ramps Up, Adding 5 More Cruises to Cuba From Tampa

It’s the hot thing right now — getting to Cuba any way you can now that U.S. restrictions have lessened over the last year or so. Cruise lines — including Carnival Cruise Lines — are offering vacationers the opportunity to visit the ‘once-forbidden’ island. In a new announcement, Carnival will be adding 5 more cruises to Cuba, leaving from the Port of Tampa. Apparently, demand…

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