The Power of Cruise Ship Injury Lawsuits: Royal Caribbean to Temporarily Shut Down Sky Pad Bungee Trampoline

Per a report on Fox News, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line will be temporarily shutting down its popular Sky Pad Bungee Trampoline attraction. The reason? A $10 million dollar lawsuit filed against the cruise line in March by a passenger who broke his pelvis after a 20-foot fall on the trampoline. The passenger, Casey Holladay, was traveling on Mariner of the Seas. During his jump on the Sky Pad his safety harness snapped. At the time, Holladay was 20 feet up in the air. When he landed, it was not on the trampoline, but on the hard surface adjacent to the trampoline. The fall resulted in Holladay undergoing multiple surgeries to repair a broken pelvis and treatment for a dislocated shoulder. Reports say that he will face disability and permanent injuries related to the fall and has to use a walker and wheelchair for mobility. Holladay hired an experienced cruise ship injury law firm to represent him and a $10 million dollar lawsuit was quickly filed. Read more about the lawsuit…

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