Monthly Archives: June 2011


Jun

27

2011

Recreational Boating Cases

Boating is one of the most popular pastimes. All around the world, people take their ski boats, sail boats and yachts out to enjoy the sun, water and camaraderie. But if not respected, boating can become a dangerous hobby. More than 10 million personal watercraft are registered in the United States alone. Every year, there are nearly 7,000 boating accidents, half of which lead to…

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Jun

20

2011

Judge Rules Lawsuit Can Proceed Against Royal Caribbean in Toxic Gas Case

In September 2005, “Monarch of the Seas,” a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, arrived in San Pedro, CA after a four-day cruise to Mexico. What many of the passengers did not know was that on arrival in San Pedro, the dead bodies of three crew members were taken from Monarch of the Seas along with the typical passenger luggage and souvenirs. According to investigations by the…

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Jun

15

2011

Avoid Injury by Cruising Safe and Knowing Your Rights

If you were injured on a cruise, it is important that you read the terms and conditions of your ticket of passage because it contains provisions inserted by the cruise lines which affect your rights.  For instance, many of the major cruise lines, including Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Norwegian, to name a few, require that any passenger who files suit against them do so in…

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