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Category Archives: Carnival Cruise

Trial in Carnival Triumph’s ‘floating hell’ underway in Miami

A year after the Carnival Triumph cruise ship made headlines by breaking down in the Gulf of Mexico due to a fire in the engine room, the first of many civil lawsuits against the company has gone to trial in Miami. The class-action suit, Cassie Terry et al. vs. Carnival Corporation dba Carnival Cruise Lines,… Read More »

Beaumont man sues after entire staff stuck on Carnival cruise

A Beaumont eye care business and a group of cruise ship passengers have filed separate lawsuits against Carnival Cruise Lines in connection with the ill-fated Carnival Triumph voyage in February. Dr. Peter Cass, who owns and operates Beaumont Family Eye Care, filed a lawsuit Aug. 8 to recoup losses to his business stemming from the… Read More »

Have you been involved in an automobile accident?

The Woodlands Car Accident Attorneys Americans are more reliant on their automobiles than ever and as a result, most of us will get in some kind of car accident in some point in our lives. Hopefully, they will not be serious and will simply require the exchange of insurance information.  There may come a time… Read More »

Class-action lawsuit filed in cruise ship fiasco

A Florida maritime law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of passengers aboard the ill-fated Carnival Triumph. The federal lawsuit, filed Monday in Florida, says that Carnival Corp. was negligent for allowing Triumph to embark on the failed cruise when the company was aware the ship was prone to mechanical and or engine… Read More »

Carnival Cruise Ship Triumph

The vacation ship carrying some 4,200 people docked late Thursday in Mobile to raucous cheers from passengers weary of overflowing toilets, food shortages and foul odors. “Sweet Home Alabama!” read one of the homemade signs passengers affixed alongside the 14-story ship as many celebrated along deck rails lining several levels of the stricken ship. The… Read More »

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