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Category: Cruise Ship Injury & Death

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

April 22, 2022 Coronavirus 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 previously explained, individuals who contract COVID-19 onboard cruise ships may have grounds to sue the cruise line in many cases.

5 Common Injury Risks on Cruise Ships

March 10, 2022 Cruise Ship Injury & Death

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 cruise ship accident attorney  Keith Brais discusses five common injury risks for cruise passengers.

Are Cruise Ship Employees Eligible for Workers’ Compensation in Miami?

February 7, 2022 Cruise Ship Injury & Death

Miami is known as the Cruise Capital of the World—and for good reason. According to Miami-Dade County, PortMiami welcomes more cruise passengers each year than any other port on Earth. Many cruise line employees live in Miami as well. If you live in the area and got injured while working onboard a cruise ship, can you file for workers’ compensation benefits? An experienced Miami cruise ship accident attorney explains: