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Cruise Ship Lost or Damaged Luggage

Cruise Ship Lost or Damaged Luggage

Introduction 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...
Cruise Ship Maritime Law

Cruise Ship Maritime Law

Introduction 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...

Coronavirus Cruise Changes Coming

Cruise operations should begin by next year. People are itching to get back as reservations for next year are up 40% from 2019.  However, there are many changes headed to the cruises during the coronavirus pandemic. One of these is enhanced health care measures....
Reasons Cruises Kept Sailing During Coronavirus Pandemic

Reasons Cruises Kept Sailing During Coronavirus Pandemic

During the coronavirus pandemic, many are realizing that companies are quick to mistreat their employees and customers. Cruise lines promise to keep safety as the top priority, however, in practice this industry showed that money over protecting passengers and...
Corona Virus Exposes Cruise Ship's Dangerous Practices

Corona Virus Exposes Cruise Ship's Dangerous Practices

Cruises are gaining in popularity. Every year more people chose this as their mode of vacation travel. Statista said 32 million people cruises last year. It isn’t just seniors but Millennials as well. The highest growth in books are people ages 30 to 39. In the...
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