A. T. was a Jones Act seaman on board the vessel Mariner of the Seas, when he fell down a narrow flight of stairs in the kitchen. A.T. suffered multiple disc injuries to his back that required extensive orthopaedic treatment. The case settled for a confidential amount before trial.
A. B. was on a cruise with her husband when she slipped and fell on wet stairs on the vessel Enchantment of the Seas. Annette suffered multiple fractures to her left lower extremity. Royal Caribbean settled for ca confidential amount.
H. W. was a longshoreman working at the Port of Miami when he was injured in a chemical spill. His employer denied both that the accident occurred and that H.W. needed medical treatment. After a hearing before the U. S. Department of Labor, Herman was awarded benefits under the Longshore & Harborworkers Compensation Act.
G. Z. was a Jones Act seaman aboard the vessel Norway, when he was diagnosed with a pre-maxillary tumor. G.Z. required extensive medical treatment that included removal of the tumor through facial re-sectioning and multiple brain surgeries. After receiving treatment and maintenance and cure for more than a decade, Norwegian settled for a confidential amount.