Jury Awards $3.38M Against Cruise Ship For Malpractice Causing Death of Passenger
On March 7, 2019 a federal jury in Miami found that a physician employed by Royal Caribbean Cruises was negligent and caused the death of a man celebrating his 70th birthday with his family. It was claimed that a significant cardiac abnormality causing the passenger shortness of breath could have been treated and resolved. Instead, the family claimed - there was a delay in further testing or prompt hospitalization. The jury awarded the family $3,384,073.22 for loss of companionship and pain and suffering. Puchalski v Royal Caribbean Cruises
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