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Carnival Cruise Files Motion to Dismiss Emotional Distress Complaint

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

A Miami judge has denied Carnival Cruise’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit stemming from a guest who suffered a heart attack aboard their vessel. Jeffrey Eisenmann died aboard the vessel as his family was forced to look on in horror. The lawsuit says that the Carnival crew kept Eisenmann from getting the proper care… Read More »


Actress Files Lawsuit After Sky Pad Injury

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

Okay, so this is a weird one. Actress Stephanie Hernandez boarded Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas to film a commercial pitching their latest attraction, the Sky Pad. The Sky Pad is a bungee/trampoline contraption that allows guests to perform backflips and twirl around without endangering themselves or others. However, Hernandez says that she… Read More »


Lawsuit Accuses Carnival Cruise of Hiring Unlicensed Doctor

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

Medical services aboard cruise ships are notoriously iffy. However, a recent lawsuit accuses Carnival Cruise of hiring an unlicensed doctor to perform medical services aboard their ship. Mary Ann Murphy filed a lawsuit against Carnival Cruise after her husband died aboard the ship after receiving what she believes to be a low-standard quality of… Read More »


Injured Carnival Cruise Crew Member Gets $1.3M

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

An injured Carnival Cruise member received $1.3 million from Carnival Cruise after the company initially refused to pay his medical expenses. Genti Jenkula from Albania suffered severe spinal and back injuries from a fall he suffered while on duty. Jenkula had won an arbitration agreement for around the same amount, but in September of… Read More »


Cruise Ship Assault Shines Light on the Way Colleges Handle Accusations

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

A Boston College student was recently awarded damages related to a mistaken sexual assault that occurred aboard a cruise ship. The student referred to only as John Doe was representing the school in his capacity as a writer for the school newspaper. The students were at a dance when another student, known only as… Read More »


Woman Banned From Cruise Ship After Reckless Photo-Op

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

If you think that fooling around on cruise ships is something worth trying, then you should be aware of the way that cruise lines handle those that violate their safety rules. One woman learned the hard way that cruise ships certainly aren’t fooling around. She’s been banned for life after climbing over the railings…. Read More »


Parents Sue Disney Cruise After Boy Attacked by Anteater

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

The parents of a boy who was attacked by an anteater have filed a lawsuit against Disney Cruise Lines. They claim that after the boy was attacked by the anteater, the Disney Cruise Line did not administer the proper care required to manage his injuries. Essentially, the second part of the allegation is more… Read More »


Cruise Ship Scams and How to Avoid Them

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

Scams involving cruise ships have made many otherwise happy people looking for an enjoyable getaway very unhappy. Some of these scams have been around for a long time while others exploit newer issues using technology. Since it’s always more preferable to enjoy a cruise than file a lawsuit, we’ll discuss some of the most… Read More »


Don’t Get Sick: Preparing For Your Cruise

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

Cruise ships have some basic logistical problems. Firstly, they are what they claim: Giant cities on the sea where thousands congregate in close quarters. Most all food is prepared in common areas on board, which allows viral ailments spread rapidly. That’s what happened in January of this year when hundreds of passengers contracted the… Read More »


Carnival Cruise Hit With Lawsuits Involving Expropriated Cuban Assets

By Michael F. Guilford, P.A. |

When the Cuban revolution occurred, the state, under Fidel Castro expropriated millions in privately owned assets. Some of the assets belonged to American citizens and others were the assets of the descendants of former Cubans. A federal judge recently ruled that American citizens can sue Carnival Cruise to seek damages under a special provision… Read More »

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