Whether minor injury or brain injury, Carnival Cruise is yet again under fire. In a case of déjà vu, another passenger has been injured aboard a Carnival Cruise Lines ship. The 52-year-old female passenger fell in an elevator while travelling aboard the Carnival Sensation. The fall caused injuries to both of her legs. The cruise line notified the United States Coast Guard of the incident. The Coast Guard proceeded to transport the injured passenger to a medical center in Florida. We send a big salute to the men and women of the Coast Guard for looking out for passengers of the Carnival Cruise Lines ships.
Could a wrongful death lawsuits be in store for Carnival Cruise Lines? Carnival Cruise Lines has garnered more than its fair share of bad press in the last year. Everything from food poisoning to power outages to steering mechanism failure, Carnival has been at the epicenter of bad news.
KHOU in Houston reports that a 54-year-old woman was airlifted Saturday morning after sustaining back injuries from a fall aboard a 29-foot pleasure craft 15 miles off Galveston. The news channel credits the U.S. Coast Guard for the report. Too often, people suffer from personal injuries in boat accidents. Luckily, this woman probably avoided potential head injuries or brain injury. None was reported, but some could have been sustained.
sources have now confirmed the name of the man who fell to his death Tuesday aboard a Carnival Magic cruise ship. The fall may have caused a brain injury, personal injury. The family may have a wrongful death claim.