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Dec

08

2017
Do You Have A Cruise Accident Story to Tell?

Do You Have A Cruise Accident Story to Tell?

Our law firm has been listening to cruise ship accident stories for more than 25 years. We’ve heard thousands. Some stories are so commonplace, we could probably finish the sentences of the people on the other end of the phone. Some stories are so shocking that we remember the details of the calls years later. Even though there are similarities between all of these stories,…

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Mar

25

2014

Should Passenger Vessel Safety be a Key Concern for Cruise Ships?

Great article at WorkBoat.com about Passenger Safety. While it was written for workboats and other passenger ferrying vessels, it certainly applies to cruise ships and especially their tenders. It also applies to embarking and disembarking methods as well. Should passenger vessel safety be a key concern for cruise lines? Absolutely! Passengers are the lifeblood of the cruise industry, but are often discounted when accidents and…

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Dec

18

2013

Attorney Representation for Carnival Cruise Triumph Passengers

New reports from CNN release yesterday, Dec. 17 show that Carnival Cruise Line was aware of potential fire hazards from the diesel generator on the Carnival Triumph. A fire did break out on the Carnival Triumph knocking out power for the ship and leaving over 4,000 passengers and crewmembers adrift for four days without air conditioning and largely without lights, water, food and working toilets….

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Aug

05

2013

The decision to sue a cruise is not a decision that’s made easily

“The decision to sue a cruise is not a decision that’s made easily.” Often, the decision to bring a legal claim against a specific cruise line is the result of frustration and uncertainty. Passengers sue cruise lines because they’ve been injured, often very seriously, and are seeking some type of compensation from the cruise line because they’re facing medical bills, insurance claims and lost time…

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Feb

21

2013

Passengers file class action lawsuit against Carnival Cruise Lines, Carnival Triumph

  Due to the fervor surrounding the engine fire and resulting miserable conditions aboard the Carnival Triumph, passengers and their cruise injury attorneys in Florida have deemed it worthwhile to follow through on the filing of a class action lawsuit against Carnival Cruise Lines. According to a CNN report… A class action lawsuit has been filed against Carnival Corporation surrounding the events that crippled the…

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Feb

14

2013

Passenger on Carnival Triumph – What are my rights?

  It’s been a difficult five days for passengers and crew members aboard the Carnival Triumph as a fire broke out in the engine room early Sunday leaving much of the ship’s electrical powers at less than full capacity. That loss of electricity and powers has affected systems on the boat including air conditioning, food preparation and plumbing and sanitary systems. Conditions have not been what…

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Feb

14

2013

Carnival preparing for medical assistance when Carnival Triumph reaches port

  In a CNN report, “Mobile Infirmary Health Services has offered to set up a triage unit at the port, in case any debarking passengers need medical assistance, Alabama Cruise Terminal General Manager Sheila Gurganus said Tuesday.” This medical operation will be staged to deal with any potential injuries or after effects passengers may have experienced in the 4 days at sea since an engine…

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