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August 13, 2013

Brais, Brais & Rusak Represents North Carolina Man Who Nearly Drowned at Sandals Grande Antigua Resort


Sandals Resorts Injury Lawyers .jpgThe resort injury attorneys of Brais, Brais & Rusak have brought a lawsuit on behalf of a North Carolina man who nearly drowned while snorkeling on a Sandals Grande Antigua Resort excursion. While a guest on Sandals property, the man decided to participate in a snorkeling excursion offered as part of the all inclusive package. Court documents reveal the man alleges Sandals failed to provide proper instruction and rushed people aboard the excursion boat without checking whether the snorkeling equipment handed out was in good working order. While in the water, his mouthpiece failed and his lungs began to fill with liquid. In danger, the guest began to make his way back to the excursion boat. While attempting to swim to the boat he blacked out and began to drown. He was later revived by other guests who happened to be medical doctors.

June 3, 2012

Brais Law Sues Beaches Resorts for Negligent Plumbing on Behalf of Maryland Couple


Maryland Resort Injury Lawyer.gifThe resort injury lawyers of Brais & Brais filed a lawsuit against Beaches Resorts in Miami, Florida for negligent plumbing which severely burned a Maryland woman while honeymooning. The couple purchased a wedding package for the Beaches Sandy Bay Resort. Court documents read upon arriving at the resort, the couple noticed the water from their room’s bathroom fixtures was extremely hot and notified the resort of the problem. Later on, Beaches personnel informed the couple the problem was resolved and they could continue using the bathroom fixtures. The wife, relying on Beaches’ representation, utilized the room’s bidet. The problem was not fixed and she severely burned herself. The lawsuit alleges that later investigation revealed that Beaches’ “fix” was to shut off the cold water value so when the bidet was used only the super heated water flowed from the faucet. Beaches is a subsidiary of Sandals Resorts International.