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Passenger Medevaced From Cruise Ship Near Lower Manhattan

Last week, on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at roughly 6:15PM EST, a 74-year old woman who was a passenger traveling aboard Carnival Horizon — operated by the global cruise line giant, Carnival Cruises — was medevaced due to serious chest … Continue reading

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Holland America Passenger Medevaced From Cruise Ship in Alaska Waters

A news release from the U.S. Coast Guard stated a woman was medevaced from a Holland America cruise ship near Ketchikan, Alaska on Thursday (Sept. 13th). According to the statement, A 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew from Coast Guard Station Ketchikan … Continue reading

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How Your Cruise Ship Ticket can Limit Your Right to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Are you planning to take a cruise in the near future? If so, make sure to carefully read the back of your ticket and any other documentation the cruise operator sends you. Much of this “fine print” can substantially affect … Continue reading

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Busy Weekend of Cruise Ship News – Sept. 7 through Sept. 10

There’s never a dull day when following incidents, accident and other news related to the worldwide cruise ship industry. Here are just a few stories that were reported across the Internet from Sept. 7 through Sept. 10. Cruise Ship Passengers … Continue reading

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Alaska Issues Air and Water Violations to Polluting Cruise Lines

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) issued air quality violations to eight cruise ships and water quality violations to nine cruise ships last week, according to the Juneau Empire. In an article by Kevin Gullufsen, the newspaper reported that … Continue reading

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