Led by partner Deborah J. Gander, the firm in 2005 obtained $60.9 million in injury compensation, the largest amount ever awarded in a Federal Tort Claims Act case in the country. Federal Judge Jose A. Gonzalez found the Obstetrics Clinic in Mayport Naval Station in Jacksonville, Florida, liable for medical negligence in the delivery of a brain-injured baby.
Our class action team achieved a $100 million settlement from Service Corporation International (SCI), a national funeral company, and its subsidiary, Menorah Gardens Cemetery. The case alleged that the companies buried families in the wrong graves, and the company agreed to compensate for the families’ grievances and provide in-kind services.
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Miami Cruise Ship Accident Attorney on Swimming and Diving Injuries
Diving accidents at a pool on a cruise ship can leave victims with catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injury and paralysis. Miami cruise ship accident lawyer Mike Eidson has represented clients and families involved in a number of cases involving diving injuries. In this video, he explains one case involving a person who was seriously injured while diving into a pool on a cruise ship, and the egregious lack of warnings and safety measures taken by the cruise ship company that led to the young man’s paralysis. If you have been injured due to the negligence of a cruise line, often, you will have to file your case in Miami within a very short time period. No matter where in the world your cruise ship accident occurred, we are prepared to look into your case to determine whether you are owed damages for your injuries.
A few years ago, our firm represented a young man who suffered a paralyzing diving accident. They were drinking at a bon voyage party operated by the cruise ship before leaving port. Alcohol drinking was encouraged by the ship as part of the fun on board to attract customers. After an hour or so, our client walked over and decided to go for a swim. The pool was not covered and there was only about three feet of water in the pool. There were no markers on the pool warning about the danger of diving or other markers warning that it was dangerous or prohibited diving. We argued that it was reasonable for him to believe that it was safe to do that because nothing warned about the depth. We found video advertisements made by the defendant showing diving into the exact pool, practically the exact spot and found design drawings which required no diving signs on the edge of the pool that were never implemented. We also argued the unlimited alcohol provided by the cruise ship encouraged this kind of behavior. We were able to secure a satisfactory settlement for our client. Contact our lawyers at (305) 476-7400 or contact our website at Colson.com for more information.
Diving accidents can easily lead to catastrophic spinal cord injury that can result in paralysis. Unfortunately, some businesses fail to warn patrons of dangerous conditions that can lead to diving accidents, such as cruise lines that encourage heavy drinking near shallow pools. In this video, Miami diving accident lawyer Mike Eidson details a case he has handled in the past, where a young man was left irreversibly paralyzed after a negligent cruise line failed to warn him about the dangers of diving in one of the cruise ship’s pools.
No matter where in the world your cruise ship injuries occurred, our law firm is prepared to assist you in seeking damages for your pain and suffering, lost potential wages and more. Call our law office at (305) 476-7400 or visit our website for more information: http://bit.ly/2aUGKkV
(*) Disclaimer: All verdicts and settlements listed here are gross amounts before deductions for attorney fees and costs. Past results do not guarantee similar results in the future. Most cases result in a lower recovery. It should not be assumed that your case will have as beneficial a result.