Appellate Court Orders Reinstatement of 2/3 of a Million Dollar Jury Verdict for Injured Royal Caribbean Passenger

MIAMI – (June 19, 2020) The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has reinstated a jury verdict for a Royal Caribbean cruise ship passenger, represented by Aronfeld Trial Lawyers.  On appeal, it was determined that the district court erred in its decision to overturn the jury verdict in the case (Edgardo Lebron vs. [Read More]

Garrison Keillor’s Cruise Remains on Hold with No Refund and No Rescheduled Date

The cruise ship owned by Prairie Grand, LLC, a company founded by famed radio personality, Garrison Keillor, has been docked and on hold since the start of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic began. The vessel, the Veendam, was set to sail with 1,350 passengers for the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale on March 18. However, Keillor’s company [Read More]

Carnival Cruise Bookings for August Jump 600 Percent!

Carnival Cruise Line made the announcement that it will resume cruises on August 1, 2020, and the response has been overwhelming. Ticket purchases have surged by 600 percent since that announcement was made. Consumers are primarily focused on locking down reservations and obtaining premium deals, according to travel experts.  Many of those who purchased tickets [Read More]