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February 24, 2014

Passenger Injured aboard Carnival Inspiration after Falling from Bunk Bed

California Cruise Injury Attorney .gifThe cruise injury lawyers of Brais, Brais & Rusak have been retained by a California man who sustained a significant spinal cord injury and lacerations above his left eye after falling from his stateroom's bunk bed aboard the Carnival Inspiration. Cruise lines such as Carnival have the duty to reasonably protect their passengers from danger. In this case, it is alleged that Carnival failed to satisfy its duty as the bunk bed rails were too short for the average adult. Our firm's investigation has led us to learn there were other similar accidents aboard the Inspiration in the months before our client's injury. If you, or someone you know, fell while sleeping on a Carnival cruise ship bunk bed, we would like to learn more about your experience. Any information you have, will assist in our representation of our client.

January 2, 2014

Louisiana Woman Injured on the Carnival Elation Hires Brais, Brais & Rusak

Louisiana Cruise Injury Lawyer.pngA Louisiana woman has hired the cruise accident attorneys of Brais, Brais & Rusak to represent her in a personal injury claim against Carnival. While walking on the Lido deck aboard the Elation cruise ship our client was struck by malfunctioning automatic doors. The force of the closing doors caused the passenger to be thrown to the ground. The accident resulted significant personal injuries. Carnival owes its guests the duty to provide reasonable care which includes properly maintaining all doors aboard its ships. There seems to be a problem with doors malfunctioning aboard Carnival cruise ships. This law firm alone is representing multiple passengers who suffered personal injuries (including severed fingers) from malfunctioning doors. If you, or know of someone who, was injured aboard the Elation by a malfunctioning automatic door, our lawyers would like to speak with you. Your experience can help us better serve our clients. Brais, Brais & Rusak offer many different ways to contact our law firm which could be learned by clicking this link.

December 31, 2013

New Jersey Woman Injured on the Carnival Imagination Hires Brais, Brais & Rusak

New Jersey Cruise Injury Lawyers.jpgThe Brais, Brais & Rusak cruise injury attorneys have been retained by a New Jersey woman who slipped and fell aboard the Carnival cruise ship Imagination. The passenger was on the last leg of a Caribbean voyage when she slipped and fell on an unreasonably hazardous deck causing her to fracture a bone in her foot. Carnival has the legal duty to provide reasonably safe cruise for its passengers. Often times cruise lines breach this duty when they fail to maintain the non-slip coating on the decks or dry the decks when they become wet. The Immigration is currently making weekly voyages to the Caribbean from Miami but will be soon repositioned to Los Angeles. If you have fallen or seen a person fall on the Imagination, our cruise accident lawyers would like to speak with you to better sever our clients.

December 16, 2013

Family of Child Injured on the Carnival Fascination Hire BBR

Florida Cruise Accident Lawyer.gifThe BBR Cruise Injury Attorneys have been retained by the family of a Jacksonville, Florida child who was injured aboard the Carnival Fascination cruise ship. While exiting a public restroom, the boy's finger was severally lacerated when the bathroom's door malfunctioned.

Our firm has represented multiple cruise passengers who were injured due to negligently maintained doors. If you have been injured or witnessed a restroom door malfunction aboard the Fascination, we like to speak to you. Please call us at our toll free number 1-800-499-0551.

December 6, 2013

Injured Houston Passenger Carnival Triumph Hires BBR

Texas Cruise Injury Lawyer.jpgThe cruise injury lawyers of BBR have been retained by Houston woman who slipped and fell aboard the Carnival Triumph. While on a vacation with her family, the passenger was enjoying the ship's Lido deck which offers pools, music and food. She encountered an unreasonably slippery section while walking across the deck which caused her to fall. The accident most unfortunately resulted in vertebral fractures.

This law firm represents several passengers who slip and fall on Carnival cruise ships' Lido decks. The reason why there are so many accidents on Lido decks is because it is one of the heaviest foot traffic areas aboard ships. Thousands of passengers and crew walk across the Lido deck on any given cruise liner daily which erodes the deck's anti-slip properties. Cruise lines often times decide to keep their ships in operation to generate money as opposed to canceling a cruise or two to properly maintain these decks. This causes slipping hazards. The Triumph sails from Galveston, Texas to Western Caribbean and Mexican ports. If you slipped on the Triumph's Lido deck, we would like to speak with you.

October 21, 2013

Louisiana Cruise Trip and Fall Victim Aboard the Carnival Elation Hires BBR Lawyers

Louisiana Cruise Injury Lawyer.pngThe cruise injury attorneys of BBR have been retained by a Louisiana woman who was injured in a trip and fall accident aboard the Carnival cruise ship Elation. The passenger's foot became stuck in a poorly lit and maintained stairwell between the Lido and Serenity Decks causing her to fall while the ship was returning to New Orleans. Unfortunately, the fall resulted in a fracture to the passenger's tailbone (Coccyx). Such injuries are extremely painful. Cruise lines such as Carnival owe their passengers the duty of reasonable care for their safety. The legal duty requires that stair ways be properly maintained and lit so to lessen the likelihood of passengers tripping and sustaining injuries.

August 28, 2013

Carnival Cruise Stateroom Stewardess Hires BBR's Lawyers for Wrist Injury

Thailand Crew Injury Lawyer.pngA stateroom stewardess from Thailand has hired the cruise injury lawyers of BBR to represent her in a claim against Carnival Cruise Lines. The crewmember injured her wrist while performing heavy lifting of mattresses and bedding as part of her job duties. Stateroom stewards and stewardesses are required to "turn over" dozens of cabins on embarkation days so the cabins are fresh for the oncoming passengers. Often times the ship is short staffed requiring the attendants to turn over a cabin within minutes and work without breaks so as to reach all rooms. This means the crewmember must lift thousands of pounds in hours. This causes injuries, and in this case, a wrist injury.

August 27, 2013

Louisiana Carnival Cruise Ship Slip & Fall Victim Hires BB&R Lawyers

Louisiana Cruise Injury Lawyer.pngThe cruise injury lawyers of BB&R have been hired to represent a Louisiana woman who slipped and fell on an unreasonably slippery deck. The fall occurred on the Lido deck of the Carnival cruise ship Elation and caused injuries to her neck, shoulder and induced carpal tunnel syndrome in her wrist. BB&R has litigated many slip and fall injury cases against the major cruise lines including Carnival.

August 26, 2013

Texas Woman who Slipped and Fell Aboard Cruise Ship Retains BB&R Attorneys

Texas Cruise Injury Lawyer.gifA Texas passenger has retained the BB&R cruise injury lawyers to represent her in a claim against cruise ship sailing from Galveston. While the cruise ship was returning to Galveston, the woman was walking though a tiled passageway where she slipped and fell on an unreasonably slippery deck. The fall resulted in a fracture. Cruise lines have the duty to exercise reasonable care for their passengers' safety. This duty includes maintaining decks so they are reasonably suited to accommodate foot traffic and to dry wet decks of liquid. BB&R has litigated several slip and fall cases against the major cruise lines.

June 15, 2013

Brais, Brais & Rusak Cruise Injury Attorneys Represent Kentucky Passenger Against Carnival

Kentucky Cruise Injury Attorneys.gifThe Brais, Brais & Rusak cruise injury lawyers have been retained to represent a Kentucky woman who was severely injured when a door latch malfunctioned. The poorly maintained latched caused a heavy exterior weather door to slam on the passenger's thumb crushing and nearly severing the appendage. The incident happened aboard the Carnival cruise ship Ecstasy while in route from Cape Canaveral, Florida to Nassau, Bahamas. The passenger was treated on the ship then in Nassau. Though the Bahamian doctors recommended amputation, the passenger smartly returned to the United States wherein doctors worked to save her thumb.

March 21, 2013

Richard Rusak & Keith Brais Sue Carnival Cruises on Behalf of Texas Woman

Texas Cruise Injury Lawyer.jpgThe cruise injury lawyers of Brais, Brais & Rusak represent a Texas woman who was injured while walking up a staircase to the Serenity deck aboard the Carnival Cruise ship MAGIC. The MAGIC, a 3690 passenger cruise liner, sailed from Galveston, Texas for a 7 day Caribbean cruise. The complaint filed in Federal Court alleges Carnival was negligent for allowing water from the ship's amusement slip to splash on the deck and stairs and failed to maintain the staircase. The water combined with the cruise line's failure to maintain the non-skid properties of the steps, the complaint alleges, caused Brais, Brais & Rusak's client to fall. The fall resulted in a fractured femur which required emergency surgery at UTMB in Galveston.

February 16, 2013

Cruise Injury Attorneys Brais & Rusak Represent a 9 Year-Old Louisiana Girl Who was Burned on the Carnival ELATION

Louisiana Cruise Injury Lawyer.pngCruise injury lawyers Richard Rusak and Keith Brais have been retained to represent a little girl who was burned in a hot tub aboard the Carnival cruise ship ELATION. Facts known to date are that the girl was bathing in one of the cruise ship's hot tubs. Unfortunately, the heating element was not properly shielded and burnt the girl's leg leaving a permanent scar. If you or someone you know suffered a burn in a hot tub aboard the Carnival ELATION or any other Carnival cruise ship, we are interested in speaking with you in order to better investigate the case and better assist our client.

October 15, 2012

Brais Law Brings Lawsuit Against Carnival Cruises on Behalf of New Jersey Passenger

New Jersey Cruise Injury Lawyers.jpgThe cruise accident lawyers of Brais Law filed a lawsuit in Miami, Florida federal court on behalf of a New Jersey woman who fell on a unreasonably slippery deck of the cruise ship CARNIVAL GLORY. Court papers reveal that the passenger left the cruise ship's hot tub but there was no mat provided at the base to dry her feet. While walking back to her shoes she slipped and fell on an unreasonably slippery deck. The incident resulted in a meniscus tear which required a surgery to repair.

October 14, 2012

Brais Law Represents Texas Passenger in an Injury Lawsuit against Carnival Cruises

Texas Cruise Injury Lawyer.jpgThe cruise line accident lawyers of Brais law filed suit against Carnival Cruises for a personal injury suffered by a Texas woman. The complaint alleged the passenger arrived at CARNIVAL TRIUMPH while at dock in Galveston. Upon boarding the cruise ship, crewmembers informed her the cabins were not ready to be occupied and directed her to walk through certain hallways in order to arrive at the buffet. The woman followed the crewmember's instructions. Unfortunately, the hallway she was directed to take was in disrepair as a leak formed in the ceiling causing water to drip on the highly polished marble floor. With no warning signs in placed, and unable to see the water, the passenger slipped and fell causing an injury to her lower back.

July 18, 2012

Brais Law Sues Carnival Cruises on Behalf of Louisiana Passenger

Louisiana Cruise Injury Lawyer.pngThe cruise injury lawyers of Brais & Brais filed suit against Carnival Cruises on behalf of a Louisiana passenger for damages concerning a personal injury. The complaint filed in Miami federal court alleges the passenger was exiting a public restroom when a faulty hydraulic door closer caused the door to slam at a high rate of speed thereby shoving the 51 year old cruise passenger into a wall. From the incident, the passenger claims to have suffered a head, neck and shoulder injury. The accident occurred aboard the CARNIVAL ECSTASY during a Caribbean cruise leaving from Galveston, Texas.