LEHIGH VALLEY CORONAVIRUS CRUISE SHIP DEATH LAWYERS
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Our Coronavirus Cruise Ship Wrongful Death Lawyers are here to help if you have lost a loved one due to the Covid 19 negligence of a cruise ship. We offer free consultations across the U.S. Recent investigations show that many cruise lines acted negligent and recklessly once they were informed other passengers were sick with the novel coronavirus. Many lives could have been saved if the cruise lines took appropriate measures to protect their passengers and crew members from covid-19. Proper quarantine procedures and social distancing policies were not enacted in a timely manner. Additionally, cruise ships decided to continue to set sail rather than refund their passengers fees. These cruise lines chose profits over human safety and must be held accountable by our national wrongful death law firm. Call anytime for a free consultation. We do not get paid unless we win your cruise ship coronavirus wrongful death lawsuit.
The United States Congress has begun an investigation on how the cruise line, Carnival Cruise Line responded to the coronavirus pandemic. The US Congress believes Carnival Cruise Lines could have implemented social distancing and provided masks to everyone. Concerns were raised early when a COVID-19 outbreak on the Diamond Princess in March were more than 800 people were infected and 10 people suffered a cruise ship coronavirus wrongful death. U.S. Congress wants to know why Carnival did not act sooner to protect the health of passengers. At least nine of Carnival’s ships had coronavirus outbreaks with more than 1,500 confirmed personal injury infections and 39 cruise covid 19 wrongful deaths of family members. Congress wants assurance that Carnival and the entire cruise industry take all measures to ensure the safety of your loved ones rather than choosing profits over safety.
We understand the pain and grief that accompany a federal wrongful death lawsuit. Our national wrongful death attorneys are will help you and you family receive the justice and compensation you deserve during this trying time. Our national wrongful death law firm is prepared to file a federal wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of any family who has lost a loved one due to a coronavirus cruise ship wrongful death. We will help guide your family though this difficult time. Call our wrongful death lawyers anytime for a free consultation.
The first cruise ship to have a major COVID-19 outbreak was reported on February 3, 2020. The Diamond Princess cruise ship, owned and operated by Princess Cruises had made 6 stops in three countries with almost 3,700 passengers and crew on board. Authorities were notified and the Diamond Princess cruise ship passengers were quarantined in their cabins. Over 700 loved ones suffered severe personal injury as a result of being infected with COVID-19 and 12 suffered a cruise ship wrongful death due to SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Approximately 330 family members/passengers who returned to the United States by way of airplane flights entered into quarantine. Call a cruise coronavirus lawyer today for a free wrongful death consultation.
On March 19, 2020, the Ruby Princess cruise ship, owned and operated by Princess Cruises, and Miami FL based Carnival Corporation, docked in Sydney, Australia. Carrying almost 3,800 passengers and crew on board, the Ruby Princess had traveled to New Zealand. The Ruby Princess cruise ship reported approximately 852 cases of COVID-19 and 21 COVID-19 wrongful deaths of loved ones. The Ruby Princess is under criminal investigation by the Australian government alleging 2,700 passengers and crew were allowed to disembark before COVID-19 test results of sick family members/passengers were confirmed. Our coronavirus wrongful death attorneys are here to help. We offer free coronavirus consultations.
U.S. Cruise Ship Ports
Long Beach CA
San Diego CA
San Francisco CA
San Pedro CA
Fort Lauderdale FL
Port Canaveral FL
New Orleans LA
Bayonne NJ (Cape Liberty)
New York NYC
San Juan Puerto Rico
Coronavirus Cruise Ship Wrongful Death Attorney
The Celebrity Eclipse cruise ship is operated by Celebrity Cruises headquartered in Miami FL. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. The Celebrity Eclipse departed from Argentina for a two week voyage. The ship was denied port in Chile and thereafter granted clearance to disembark in San Diego Harbor CA. A passenger aboard tested positive for COVID-19. Passengers traveling on the Celebrity Eclipse from March 1st through March 30, 2020 were advised to self-quarantine for 14 days. The Celebrity Eclipse cruise ship disembarked more than 1,200 passengers in San Diego CA, releasing them to travel to their homes across the country. The remainder of the 2,300 travelers departed to Mexico. A recent report indicates 10 COVID-19 positive tests and two cruise ship coronavirus wrongful deaths. In addition, it has been reported that at least 38 crew with COVID-19 aboard the Disney Wonder is ported in San Diego CA.
On March 6, 2020, cases of COVID-19 were reported in passengers aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship off the coast of California. The Grand Princess is owned by Princess Cruises. Sailing round-trip from San Francisco CA and making four stops in Mexico, most of 1,100 crew and 68 passengers remained on board for a second voyage. California medical clinicians reported more than twenty cruise ship passengers whom had disembarked after the first voyage, testing positive for the SARS-CoV-2, and reported one wrongful death. The CDC was notified and the Grand Princess was ordered docked in Oakland CA. The cruise ships passengers were quarantined. As a result, during this cruise ship voyage, available COVID-19 testing confirmed 122 passengers testing positive and 7 loved ones suffered cruise covid 19 wrongful death as a result of the COVIID-19 pandemic.
A 27-year old Royal Caribbean crew is the youngest to die from COVID-19 while aboard the Royal Caribbean COVID-19 infected Symphony of the Seas Cruise ship. The Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas Cruise ship was docked in Port Miami FL after returning from an Eastern Caribbean cruise. It is reported that the cruise ship company, Royal Caribbean waited two weeks to isolate cruise ship crew after learning of a possible coronavirus infection on board the cruise liner. Recent reports indicate a total of 31 positive for COVID-19 pandemic with at least three Symphony of the Seas cruise line employees dying in Florida hospitals. Royal Caribbean is facing a wrongful COVID-19 death lawsuit recently filed in Miami FL.
Covid 19 Cruise Wrongful Death Lawyer
The cruise line industry revenue is estimated to be around $53 billion with over 26 million passengers annually. Carnival Corporation alone recorded 2018 revenues of $20.8 billion. Royal Caribbean Cruises reported over $9 billion in revenues. Despite the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) requiring cruise companies to present plans to prevent, mitigate and respond to the spread of COVID-19, thousands of passengers and crew became infected during coronavirus pandemic. Despite the first report of the COVID-19 outbreak on a cruise ship in Japan, the cruise line industry did nothing to curtail their voyages. Cruise ships, considered incubators for infection due to the influx of people from all over the world, increase exposure to new environments, tight sleeping quarters and limited medical resources continued their sea voyages despite placing their passengers and crew members in danger. All these risks heightened the risk and rapid spread of the SARS-CoV-2 disease. The Carnival Cruise line and Royal Caribbean Cruises have been named in several cruise ship coronavirus wrongful death lawsuits stemming the Covid19 outbreak on their cruise ships after the potentially deadly virus began to spread around the world. Mitigating damages could have included social distancing and supplied facial masks for everyone.
The Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) claims cruise lines supply ample amount of hand sanitizers, regularly disinfect common touched surfaces multiple times a day, and have strict laundry protocols. In addition, after a cruise ends and before the next passenger arrives, ships are cleaned in its entirety. Unfortunately and overwhelming invasion of the coronavirus prevailed on cruise line ships. Why weren’t additional safety measures taken after learning of the COVID-19 outbreak on the Diamond Princess. Unfortunately, the cruise line industry did nothing to curtail their voyages at sea despite the efforts of the U.S. health officials. The CLIA reports that additional long-term changes on ships are being considered. These plans include additional screening requirements and enhanced sanitation measures, rapid COVID-19 testing and wearing masks on board. Social distancing and limited amount of people in restaurants and theatres is being considered. Improving the air filtration systems may benefit. There are dozens of lawsuits filed by passengers and family members of loved ones against the cruise ship lines and the coronavirus alleging mishandled virus response which resulted in serious and personal injury and wrongful death across the U.S.
More than 100 United States citizens working on cruise lines remain stranded at sea since mid March 2020. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is requiring the cruise clines have a set plan to safely bring them home to their family members and follow proper quarantine. Carnival Cruise Lines recently announced they plan to resume some voyages with eight of their vessels from United States ports. These cruise ships are preparing to resume in August after the Center for Disease Control (CDC) “no sailing” order expires. Carnival Cruise Lines states they supplemented a plan to the CDC and will implement changes including temperature checks, denied boarding without proper medical notes and no individual plating food. In addition to the Carnival Cruise Lines listed are other cruise line companies expected to open up sea voyage cruises. Call us anytime for a free wrongful death consultation.
Cruise Line Companies
Carnival Cruise Line
Celebrity Cruise Line
Costa Cruise Lines
Disney Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean Cruises
Our cruise ship wrongful death attorneys offer free consultations and we do not get paid unless we win your coronavirus wrongful death lawsuit against the cruise ship company. According to our investigation, the following cruise line corporations acted negligently when they first heard that cruise passengers had contracted covid19. Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Royal Caribbean International, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises and Holland America Line. If your family member suffered a Maritime Wrongful Death due to the improper and negligent actions of a cruise ship company, our coronavirus wrongful death lawyers can help. Our federal cruise ship lawyers can file a wrongful death lawsuit in Philadelphia PA, Chicago IL, Los Angeles CA, Houston TX, Phoenix AZ, San Antonio TX, New York City NYC, Dallas TX, Atlanta GA, Detroit MI, Pittsburgh PA, Newark New Jersey, Camden NJ, Washington DC, Nashville, Allentown PA, Indianapolis IN and anywhere across the entire United States of America. Call today for a free wrongful death consultation.
Call the national wrongful death attorneys at the Trapani Law Firm today to set up your free consultation: (610) 351 – 2330. Our coronavirus cruise death lawsuit attorney consultations are completely free and our wrongful death lawyers are happy to meet you or a loved one at your home or over a phone call or zoom teleconference. We’re here to help relieve your stress after losing a loved one due to a cruise ship coronavirus outbreak. Call us today to file a federal cruise ship coronavirus wrongful death lawsuit.