Category Archives: Resort and Hotel Premises Liability

Resort and hotel premises liability claims for slip and fall accidents, elevator accidents and injuries caused by dangerous and unmaintained property.

If I Got Sick on a Cruise Ship, What Should I Do?

When a cruise ship is not properly cleaned, sanitized and maintained, innocent passengers can be harmed. Passengers and Crewmembers Stricken With Norovirus on Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship According to CNN, dozens of passengers on a four-night Royal Caribbean cruise became sick with a stomach illness. Royal Caribbean was negligent because the cruise line failed to properly clean and sanitize its…
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Investigation Reveals that Carnival Knew About Fire Risks on Triumph

According to an investigation by CNN, Carnival cruise line’s reports, inspections and maintenance records revealed a growing problem on the Triumph more than a year before the ill-fated cruise. The company’s documents exposed a dangerous pattern of leaks emerging on other Carnival cruise ships in years leading up to the Triumph disaster. In February of 2012, Carnival’s Costa Allegra caught…
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Recent Investigations Reveal That Few Casinos in Las Vegas Have Hotel Surveillance

According to a recent investigation, many Las Vegas casinos do not have adequate surveillance in their establishments, an absence that can create an ideal environment for crime. An investigation launched by The Associated Press found that 23 of the 27 major casinos in Las Vegas have no surveillance in their hallways or elevator landings. Only Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood, the…
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Two Injured in Unrelated Incidents on Cruise Ship at Port Canaveral

According to WKMG Local 6, a man and woman were injured on a cruise ship docked at Port Canaveral on November 5. A cruise ship called The Norwegian Breakaway has a home port in Manhattan and makes frequent stops in Brevard County. The ship set sail from New Jersey and docked at Port Canaveral to let the passengers sightsee before…
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Six-Year-Old Boy Drowns to Death in Swimming Pool on Carnival Cruise Ship

On October 13, Carnival Cruise Lines stated that a 6-year-old boy drowned while at sea on board the Carnival Victory. Investigators say that a young boy from Winter Garden, Florida was in the pool with his 10-year-old brother when he unexpectedly went underwater and did not come back up. Passengers and bystanders jumped in to try and save the child,…
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