26

Jul

10 Leading Causes of Watersports Accidents (and How Victims Can Seek Compensation for Each)

Riding jet skis, wakeboarding, waterskiing, tubing, kayaking and canoeing are all great ways to enjoy spending time on the water. When weather and water conditions are favorable, and when everyone involved is committed to staying safe, all types of watersports can be relatively l...

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26

Jul

Three Americans Mysteriously Die at the Sandals Emerald Bay Resort

It is reported by several news agencies that one American woman is presently hospitalized while three other Americans have died from unknown causes while vacationing at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort on Great Exuma, Bahamas. The woman hospitalized has since been flown to South Fl...

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26

Jul

Banking Heir Killed by Boat Propeller in Fishing Accident

A tragic boating accident occurred during a fishing tournament on Saturday, March 12, 2022, when a man, the son of a Venezuelan banking billionaire was killed by the propellers of a Sport Fishing vessel.According to several news sources, Juan Carlos Escotet Alviarez, 31, jumped...

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26

Jul

Brais Law Recognizes May as National Water Safety Month

May is National Water Safety Month. Coordinated by the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA) with support from the American Red Cross, National Recreation and Park Association, and World Waterpark Association, National Water Safety Month is a campaign designed to promote awareness o...

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26

Jul

Grand Princess Cruise Ship Returns to Port with Crew Members and Passengers Who Tested Positive for COVID-19

Several news outlets have reported a Grand Princess cruise ship that left Los Angeles for Hawaii earlier this month recently returned to port with crew members and passengers who had tested positive for COVID-19. As Fort Lauderdale cruise ship injury attorney Keith Brais has prev...

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26

Jul

Investigators Continue to Probe Cause of Fatal Sightseeing Plane Crash During Cruise Shore Excursion

According to a recent news report, federal authorities are continuing to investigate the cause of a fatal sightseeing plane crash that happened during a cruise shore excursion last August. The accident happened in the Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness near Ketchikan, Alas...

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26

Jul

Can You Sue if You Get Sick on a Cruise?

Illnesses onboard cruise ships are common. In fact, they are so common that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tracks statistics on cruise ship illnesses and diseases. If you get sick on a cruise, what do you need to know? Fort Lauderdale cruise ship accide...

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26

Jul

What if You Have a Medical Emergency Onboard a Cruise Ship?

When you set sail on a cruise, the last thing you expect is to have a medical emergency onboard. Unfortunately, this is a circumstance that happens from time to time. In this article, Miami cruise ship accident attorney Keith Brais explains what you need to know should this happe...

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26

Jul

5 Common Injury Risks on Cruise Ships

Cruising can be fun. It can also be dangerous. While they aren't often publicized, injuries onboard cruise ships are extremely common. While these injuries may result from a variety of different factors, some factors are more common than others. In this article, Miami cruis...

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26

Jul

When Can You Sue for a Jet Ski Accident in South Florida?

Each year, there are hundreds of jet ski accidents across Florida. The majority of these accidents occur in South Florida. If you've been injured in one of these accidents, you may be wondering: “Can you sue?” As our Fort Lauderdale jet ski accident attorneys ex...

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