Monthly Archives: March 2023
Lawsuit Filed By Crewman Claims Cruise Line Cut Corners, Caused Injury
A lawsuit has been filed against a cruise line by one of its crewmen after she was injured while on duty, according to a recent lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed under The Jones Act and the crewman is not a citizen of the United States. However, the principal place of business for the cruise… Read More »
Who Is Liable During A Cruise Ship Excursion?
Cruise ships offer excursions to passengers as part of an overall total package. These excursions can include trips to wonderful places and scenic delights. However, in one case, an excursion to an active volcano caused several deaths. The question then becomes: Who is liable when an excursion causes death and injury? The answer is… Read More »
Finger Injury Results In Lawsuit Against Carnival
A man says a glass door slammed on his finger causing serious injury. He has since filed a lawsuit against the cruise ship industry giant Carnival related to the injury. The case has been filed in the U.S. District Court in Southern Florida. The man accuses Carnival of premises liability and negligence. According to… Read More »