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Recent Posts in Cruise Ship Accidents Category

  • Suing a Cruise Line for Personal Injuries

    In light of the tragic news about an 8-year-old girl who passed away after falling several floors on the Carnival Cruise Lines ship, Glory, it is almost certain that a lawsuit will eventually be filed. While we don’t know all the details of the accident, one news report indicates that the fall could have been 25 to 50 feet. This would raise the question of whether the Glory had adequate railings ...
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  • Attorney Gregory S. d'Incelli Speaks About Drowning Accidents Aboard Cruise Ships

    About three years ago, Qwentyn Hunter, a six-year-old boy, and his parents, were heading to Miami aboard a Carnival cruise ship. One evening, before dinner, Qwentyn and his brother asked their father to take them to the cruise hot tub. The father agreed. While at the pool, the father engaged in conversation with a friend and became distracted. In just moments, the father and his friend witnessed a ...
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  • 8-Year-Old Accidentally Drowns on Royal Caribbean Ship

    An eight-year-old boy who nearly drowned in a swimming pool aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship on June 30, 2016 has passed away after three days in critical condition. According to the New York City medical examiner’s office, the death was ruled an accidental drowning with a contributing factor of seizure disorder. This is one of about a dozen drowning or near-drowning incidents that have ...
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  • More Than 600 Sickened On Royal Caribbean Cruise

    A Royal Caribbean cruise will be cut short by two days after more than 600 people on the ship have become ill. The sickness is being linked to an outbreak of a gastrointestinal illness, and passengers and crew members have reported vomiting and diarrhea, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In a statement, the cruise line stated, "After consultation between our medical team ...
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  • Boy Drowns In Pool On Carnival Cruise From Miami

    A 6-year-old boy drowned in a pool on a Carnival Cruise line while the ship was at sea. According to the company and Miami-Dade police, the boy was in the pool with his 10-year-old brother when he went under water and did not surface. Other passengers pulled the boy from the water and tried to revive him. The boy, Qwentyn Hunter, was from Winter Garden in Central Florida, and was one of the 3,000 ...
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  • Cruise Lines Release Crime Information, Increasing Transparency

    Passengers looking to book a cruise will now be able to research the number of alleged crimes were reported to cruise operations. The U.S. House and Senate introduced legislation that would require the crime information be made available to the public. Currently, only crimes that are no longer being investigated by the FBI are included in crime statistics available to the public. A report ...
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  • Another Disaster At Sea For Carnival Cruise Lines

    Another Carnival cruise has become a nightmare for passengers, after a generator failed, causing toilets to stop working and the power to go off. Passengers on board the Carnival Dream were not allowed to get off the ship, even though it was docked in St. Maarten at the time of the power failure. Carnival Cruise Lines is working to fly all the passengers back to Florida. The ship had 4,300 guests ...
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  • Lawsuit Against Carnival Cruise Lines Filed In Miami

    The first of what is expected to be many lawsuits against Carnival Cruise Lines has been filed in Miami. A passenger from Texas filed the lawsuit in federal court claiming fraud, negligence and breach of maritime contract. The lawsuit came only hours after the Carnival's ship Triumph landed in Alabama after five days at sea without sea. In the complaint the passenger states she had to wade through ...
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