- Lisa Williams, 42, of Houston claims to have suffered severe dehydration and bruising from aggressive food lines on the crippled ship.
- Williams was so ill from the five-day ordeal that she had to be given intravenous fluids in a hospital emergency room when she returned home to Houston.
- “Plaintiff has been exposed to extremely toxic and debilitating conditions resulting in severe and permanent injuries,” the lawsuit alleges.
- The lawsuit follows one filed by a passenger on Friday, just hours after the 102,000-ton Carnival Triumph reached a dock in Mobile, Ala.
- In the first suit, Texas resident passenger Cassie Terry, 25, of Brazoria County, Texas says Carnival “failed to provide a seaworthy vessel and sanitary conditions.” She’s seeking compensation for “physical and emotional harm, anxiety, nervousness and the ‘loss of enjoyment of life.”
Were you a passenger on the Carnival Triumph?
It would seem likely that other lawsuits will follow soon as passengers reach out to cruise ship injury and accident attorneys.
As remarkable as it might seem, most of those claims will not have a solid foundation for a successful lawsuit against the cruise line. Our attorneys can help you determine if your case has merit – or – if you’re better suited by agreeing to the compensation offered by Carnival.
If you have more questions about the Carnival Triumph incident and would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please contact Waks and Barnett at 800-905-2891.
We’re located in Miami and are very familiar with the process involved in filing claims against Carnival Cruise Lines. We’ve helped thousands of passenger with their claims over the last 25 years.