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Who Is Liable for a Bar Fight Injury in Florida?

A recent bar fight at a nightclub in Destin, Florida, has brought to light the issue of what happens when a violent attack occurs in a bar or nightclub, and who is liable when someone is injured during one of these incidents. The fight occurred in the early morning hours on Sunday, June 26. According […]

Is Royal Caribbean Liable for My FlowRider Injury If I Signed a Waiver?

Cruise ships come with multiple rides and attractions all meant to provide fun and entertainment for passengers onboard. However, sometimes a ride that is meant to be fun can cause serious injuries. The FlowRider is one of those attractions offered by many cruise companies, including Royal Caribbean. The FlowRider is a surfing simulator. The ride […]

Which Cruise Lines Have Dropped COVID-19 Capacity Restrictions?

With COVID-19 restrictions relaxing, the cruise industry has responded by relaxing travel restrictions, including dropping capacity limits on cruise ships. This move comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has amended its COVID-19 Program for Cruise Ships Operating in the U.S. Additionally, many of the major cruise lines are returning their entire […]

5 Ways to Outsmart Deck Chair Hogs on Your Next Cruise

Deck chairs are a hot commodity on cruise ships, which is why many cruise passengers will do anything possible to secure their spots by the pool, even if this means putting their personal belongings on deck chairs during all hours of the day despite not having any intention of sitting on these chairs. These passengers […]

Carnival Cruise Ship Catches Fire While Docked in Grand Turk

Passengers on board the Carnival Freedom were in for a shock when a fire broke out on the ship. The vessel was docked in Grand Turk after it left Port Canaveral on Monday for a Caribbean cruise at the time. Following the incident, Carnival Cruise Line issued a statement on Thursday morning, reporting that the […]

Memorial Day Driving Dangers

The roads can be a dangerous place on any given day, but statistics show that certain days stand out among the rest for being more dangerous. We happen to be coming up on one of those days, so be prepared if you plan to be on the roads Memorial Day weekend. The Memorial Day holiday, […]

Do Cruise Ships Have Jails Onboard?

When crimes occur at sea, what happens to the people who commit those crimes while still onboard the ship? How these crimes are handled depends on many factors, including the type of offense committed and the severity of the injury or harm done. Individuals who commit crimes onboard a cruise ship are normally detained in […]

CDC Modifies COVID-19 Rules for Cruise Ships

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has modified the COVID-19 rules required for all cruise ships. These changes focus on lowering the threshold required for cruise ships to be labeled as a “highly-vaccinated” vessel. The CDC made the announcement for these rule changes on May 5, 2022. These guidelines were originally created and […]

Should I Buy Travel Insurance When Going on a Cruise?

When it comes to important purchases, you want to make sure you are making the right decision. The purpose of travel insurance is to cover the nonrefundable costs associated with your trip in case of an unforeseen event. At Aronfeld Trial Lawyers, we strongly recommend you purchase travel insurance to cover your cruise vacation. Your […]

Man Jumps Overboard Carnival Cruise Ship 55 Miles off the Coast of Florida

A 43-year-old man jumped overboard from a Carnival Cruise ship over the weekend, resulting in a massive search that has now been called off. The incident occurred just after midnight on Saturday as Carnival Cruise Line’s Mardi Gras was approaching the Florida coast. At the time, the vessel was approximately 55 miles east of Port […]