Knowing how to minimize your risk of a slip and fall can save your life. A swimming pool slip and fall can be particularly deadly to older adults, who can suffer additional complications from broken bones or other injuries stemming from the fall.
This month Celebrity Cruises became the first major cruise line to resume sailing in the Caribbean, since the COVID-19 pandemic. Royal Caribbean will also resume its operations in the Caribbean.
Eighty percent of cruise goers want to resume sailing on ships that require Covid-19 vaccinations, according to a recent study by CruiseCritic.com.
Florida lawmakers are currently working to pass legislation that would repeal Florida’s no-fault law and change auto insurance requirements by the year 2022. The Florida House voted 99-11 to repeal Florida’s no-fault law and require every motorist to carry bodily injury coverage.
Royal Caribbean is the first cruise line to receive approval from the CDC to do a test sailing in U.S. waters. The cruise line’s Freedom
This week, the CDC updated its Conditional Sailing Order and loosened mask requirements for fully vaccinated passengers on cruise ships. In addition, passengers who have their Covid-19 vaccinations can explore independently on shore excursions and at ports of call. Both announcements are a major win for the cruise ship industry and cruise enthusiasts alike.
This week, a federal judge in Tampa sent lawyers for the State of Florida and the CDC to mediation on the issue of whether cruises must comply with federal rules before setting sail. Both sides have until June 1 to mediate.
Spring Break is in full swing in South Florida. And despite the CDC’s non-essential travel warning, more than a million people have traveled through U.S. airports daily for the last 11 days in a row. Many of these travelers have headed to the South Florida beaches for Spring Break.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line is taking reservations for its soon-to-debut, Wonder of the Seas. This is the fifth vessel in the Oasis Class series and the largest cruise ship in the world. Weighing 236,857 tons the Wonder of the Seas will be larger than Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas, now the second largest cruise ship in the world.
Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis has filed lawsuits against the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Biden administration in an effort to get cruises sailing out of Florida.
Many of the major cruise lines are requiring passengers show proof of Covid-19 vaccination before boarding.
Aronfeld Trial Lawyers has won a successful verdict in the amount of $183,237.50 for a passenger who was injured onboard Royal Caribbean’s (RCCL) cruise ship vessel, Enchantment of the Seas.
A major factor protecting cruise lines is the ticketing agreements each passenger signs, which limit how and where lawsuits can be filed. Aronfeld said companies also benefit from maritime laws written decades ago.
A federal judge in Miami has ordered Carnival to pay Jankula the full amount plus $186 per day in interest.
Now that Carnival has received a failed inspection, they must submit a corrective action statement before another inspection can occur, which will be without warning.
Royal Caribbean has cancelled a planned stop this week to San Juan, Puerto Rico due to a series of protests occurring in the area against Puerto
One month after a collision between a cruise vessel and a smaller boat in Venice, another cruise ship has just narrowly missed striking a yacht