A 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.
The cruise injury attorneys of Brais Law Firm have been retained by a Hungarian crewmember in a claim against Princess Cruise Lines. The waiter, while preforming his duties, injured his back. Evidence gathered thus far shows Princess Cruises failed to provide rudimentary safety equipment such as a back brace to the crewmember even though his job requires repeated lifting of oversized trays full of heavy dishes and cutlery.
The cruise injury attorneys Keith Brais & Richard Rusak have been retained to represent a West Virginia man who sustained a knee injury while cruising on the Princess Cruise Line ship RUBY PRINCESS. While walking on the ship the passenger slipped and fell on an unreasonably slippery deck. The accident occurred on a Caribbean cruise which departed from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.