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Murphy beds are undergoing a recall due to a defect that causes them to break and fall off of the wall onto nearby persons or things. The impact of such a heavy bad falling onto a person can certainly cause a serious personal injury claim.
Every year, millions of Americans board cruise ships to go abroad and see new places. With the large influx of Americans getting back to the cruise liners and setting sail after coronavirus, there are bound to be many maritime tort injuries. Some of the injuries can include operational incidents, such as food poisoning or bacterial infection from undercooked or processed foods that have not been stored properly.
Every year, thousands of American citizens are injured by various reasons on cruise ship accidents. There are many different cruise liners, most of which leave port from the state of Florida. Injuries such as slip and falls, bacterial infections, food poisoning, sexual assault, and overboard jumps are just a few different types of injuries that can occur.
California is the number one sexual human trafficking state in the United States. The percentage of human trafficking that occurs in the state of California is 3.77 persons per 100,000 people. Around 70% of the main cities human sex trafficking in the State of California consist of Los Angeles and San Diego.
The RoundUp Litigation still has over 40,000 unresolved claims by claimants with NHL from being exposed to the herbicide. More plaintiffs are taking to trial to obtain the amount of compensation that they rightly deserve.  As of August 15, 2022, 4,116 cases are still pending in the MDL. 
Here at the Michael Brady Lynch Firm, we represent cruise ship passengers from all over the United States and the State of Florida who have been injured by a slip and fall while on board a cruise ship or even at a port. Our maritime injury law branch advocates for the plaintiff to hold responsible for the injuries that passengers sustain due to the negligence of cruise liners.