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Apr

16

2015
Tax Week ‘Taxing’ for Cruise Ship Companies

Tax Week ‘Taxing’ for Cruise Ship Companies

We all seem to feel the pinch during tax season. April 15 is a ‘gasp’ date for many and April 16 seems to be the day when the nation collectively exhales (or groans…). And probably this weekend is when many CPA’s and Accountants head off on cruise vacations (or other vacations…). A Taxing Week for the Cruise Lines? It’s been a strange week with a…

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Apr

07

2015
Hurt on Cruise Ship: Your Case Gets Our Full Attention

Hurt on Cruise Ship: Your Case Gets Our Full Attention

When You Call Our Office, Your Case Gets Our Full Attention After 25 years of practicing cruise ship injury law, we understand the pain, frustration and uncertainty a personal injury can inflict. We’ve worked with injured clients and their families –  their personal stories have become our stories. That is why we work so hard to protect the legal rights of everyone we work with….

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Apr

07

2015
Longtime Royal Caribbean Board Member To Leave Board

Longtime Royal Caribbean Board Member To Leave Board

According to a report in Market Watch, Royal Caribbean Cruises announced today that Bernard Aronson, a director of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. since 1993, has decided not to stand for re-election at the company’s upcoming Annual Shareholders Meeting in May, citing the time commitments required of his new responsibilities.  In February 2015, Aronson was named by President Obama as U.S. Special Envoy to the Colombian…

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Apr

07

2015
How Do I Get Started With a Cruise Ship Lawyer?

How Do I Get Started With a Cruise Ship Lawyer?

If you’ve been hurt on a cruise ship and have reviewed a few law firm websites, your next question is probably, “how do I get started?” We can help. First and foremost, a Cruise Ship Lawyer will want to talk to you about your accident, your injuries and all of the details surrounding your case. When you speak to an attorney, you’ll spend time on…

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Apr

03

2015
FBI Investigating Possible Murder-Suicide on Holland America Cruise Ship

FBI Investigating Possible Murder-Suicide on Holland America Cruise Ship

Murder-Suicide? Double murder? We don’t know the answers yet to this story but will be following up with details as they’re made available. Details are still coming forward, but apparently the Holland America cruise ship Ryndam was the scene of a murder-suicide…and now the FBI is investigating the incident. The initial reports from Fox News, CNN and other news outlets from Thursday April 2 tell…

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Apr

03

2015
Murder-Suicide on Holland America Cruise Ship?

Murder-Suicide on Holland America Cruise Ship?

Details are still coming forward, but apparently the Holland America cruise ship Ryndam was the scene of a murder-suicide…at least that’s the story as of Friday, April 3. The initial reports from Fox News, CNN and other news outlets from Thursday April 2 tell of a bloody scene inside of a passenger cabin in which a couple from Cleveland were found dead. Quoted from the…

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Apr

03

2015
Cruise Ship Injury Claims: Who To Call?

Cruise Ship Injury Claims: Who To Call?

Passengers who were hurt in a cruise ship accident are often confused about what to do or who to call once they arrive back home after they’re vacation. The trip that they hoped would be fun and enjoyable was ruined by the accident. Passengers return home hurt, dealing with doctor visits (and medical bills) and are often frustrated and confused about “what’s next” and “can…

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Apr

02

2015
Passenger Airlifted From Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas

Passenger Airlifted From Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas

According to news reports at 13NewsNow.com and CruiseLawNews.com, the Coast Guard medevaced a passenger Wednesday from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship. The boat, the Grandeur of the Seas, was about 95 miles east of Cape Lookout, North Carolina in the Atlantic Ocean. View video of the airlift here: The Coast Guard in Portsmouth, Virginia received a report Wednesday afternoon from the cruise ship. Apparently a…

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Mar

30

2015
Costa Concordia Carrying Shipment of Mob Drugs When Sunk?

Costa Concordia Carrying Shipment of Mob Drugs When Sunk?

Reports coming from Italian investigators say that the Costa Concordia, which sunk in January 2012 off the coast of Giglio, was carrying a shipment of Mob drugs. Shipment of Mob drugs was hidden aboard the Costa Concordia on its doomed final voyage http://t.co/y19euvjoFP #drugs #costaconcordia #cruise — Cruise Lawyers (@cruiseinjury) March 30, 2015 Some highlights from the Independent news article: The ’Ndrangheta crime syndicate was…

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Mar

18

2015

Confusion Remains as Passenger Goes Overboard on Carnival Triumph

There is some confusion about who went overboard on the Carnival Triumph on March 17 as the cruise ship sailed near the coast of Mexico. Early reports were that a child had gone overboard. Later reports seemed to dismiss that and point to a 54 year old male passenger going overboard. Reports are also cloudy as to whether the Carnival Triumph was engaged in search…

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