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Category: Cruise Ship Passenger Injury Law

Cruise Injuries, Accidents & Mishaps for the Week of August 19, 2013

August 25, 2013 Cruise Ship Passenger Injury Law

Ketchikan, Alaska – Celebrity Millennium Heads to Premature Dry Dock Due to Persistent Propulsion Problems Celebrity Cruise Lines has cancelled the remaining Alaskan voyages as well as the California to Florida repositioning voyage for the 13-year-old Millennium. Propulsion problems have plagued the cruise ship during the month of August. Problems […]

Royal Caribbean Cruises Agrees to Litigate a FloRider Injury Case in Miami State Court Despite the Ticket’s English Forum Selection Clause

August 21, 2013 Cruise Ship Passenger Injury Law

All major cruise lines require injured passengers to file lawsuits in certain courts. Royal Caribbean, for the most part, requires legal claims to be brought in the Federal court located in Miami, Florida. The reason for the “Federal Forum Selection” is because cruise lines think the Federal Court system will […]

Celebrity Cruises Sanctioned for “Losing” CCTV Video of a Passenger’s Trip and Fall Accident

August 12, 2013 Cruise Ship Passenger Injury Law

The cruise injury lawyers of Brais Law Firm recently obtained sanctions against Celebrity Cruises for “losing” critical CCTV surveillance video depicting their client’s trip and fall accident on board the cruise ship Century. CCTV video cameras are prevalent aboard cruise ships. In fact, modern cruise liners have hundreds of cameras […]