Royal anthem in the Caribbean Ocean returned to port because the pool of medical emergencies

Royal Caribbean ANTHEM OF THE SEAS makes news again after a 72-year-old woman was reportedly having trouble swimming in one of the ship’s pools. The woman was initially taken to the ship’s infirmary but she required further medical treatment so the ship sped up to arrive into Cape Liberty, New Jersey for a medical evaluation.

Royal anthem in the Caribbean Ocean returned to port because the pool of medical emergencies
Royal anthem in the Caribbean Sea make news again after 72 years old woman reportedly has trouble swimming in one of the ship’s swimming pool. Woman was initially taken to the ship’s infirmary, but she needed further treatment, so the ship accelerates to reach New Jersey point freedom to do a medical assessment.

Jersey journal Philadelphia boat witnessed the event and said that when he and his wife arrived at the woman was pulled from the water, the area is unresponsive, look pale or purple.

Woman’s condition was still unknown.

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Royal Caribbean ships returned to Bayonne medical emergency in the pool of women, Jersey journal, August 13, 2016.

Royal anthem in the Caribbean Ocean returned to port because the pool of medical emergencies

NCL crew members died and rescue boat drill

During a routine safety training drill in Bermuda four crew members of the Norwegian Breakaway were injured when the rescue boat they were lowering into the water as part of the drill broke from its tethering and was left hanging by a wire. The four men fell into the water and sustained injuries. The men were treated by ship’s medical staff and transferred to a local hospital, where one of the men passed away.

NCL crew members died and rescue boat drill
During routine security training exercise in Norway separate Bermuda four crew members when the ship they were lowered into the water in part of the exercise from the tethering broke through a wire hanging. Four men, fell into the water and was injured. Men were the ship’s medical staff treated and transferred to a local hospital, where one died.

Authorities were investigating the incident. The ship is expected to be from the Bermuda plan and return travel to New York on July 24.

We extend our sincere condolences to the families of the crew, and three crew injured a speedy recovery.

Crew and the heritage of the late crew negligence claims under the Jones Act is possible. Jones Act provisions on defective or dangerous condition, the employer knows or should know of a sailor’s employer’s liability. In addition, members of the crew and the estate of the deceased crew members may claim doctrine of unseaworthiness, require the owner to remain seaworthy ships or vessels is free of unreasonable risk and/or unsafe conditions. In addition to these claims, claims for maintenance and cure injured crew members. Regardless of fault, due to illness or injury during their employment of seafarers are entitled to maintenance, cure, and wages for doing nothing. Maintenance refers to the sailor and reasonable accommodation expenses while ashore, until he or she is fit for duty or reached maximum medical improvement. Unearned wages are the sailor would have earned the wages have not become his illness or injury, for the purposes of the voyage. Finally, the cure, refers to the rehabilitation of the seafarers of reasonable medical expenses. Another Federal statues may apply depending on the location on the high seas Act maritime tort (“anger”) died.

Our company has a wealth of experience, on behalf of the crew of claims against their employers. If someone you love was injured, to learn more about your rights, please contact us.

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Lifeboat crew crew death accidents, published in the Royal Gazette, July 21, 2016.
Crew members die in rescue ship Norway drilled on the separation, three other people were injured, GCaptain,2016, July 20.
4 injured Norway out of the lifeboat after the accident, Cruisehive,2016 July 20
BPS death patrol boat crew, BER news, July 20, 2016.

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BER news

NCL crew members died and rescue boat drill

Royal Caribbean cruise passenger Medevaced off occurs after stroke-like symptoms

The Coast Guard reports that an aircrew from its Sitka Alaska Air Station medevaced a passenger from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship last Tuesday. The 17th District Command Center was informed by the master of the Explorer of the Seas that a 57-year-old passenger was experiencing stroke-like symptoms and requested that he be medevaced to a land-based hospital. The Coast Guard’s duty flight surgeon was consulted and recommended the medevac. The aircrew met the cruise ship in the Chatham Straight near Sitka and hoisted the man onto the rescue helicopter. The passenger was then transported to Sitka where he was met by awaiting emergency medical services personnel.

Royal Caribbean cruise passenger Medevaced off occurs after stroke-like symptomsReported that crews from the coast guard medevaced from Sitka Alaska Air Force Base Tuesday on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship passengers. 17 sea explorers, master of the regional command center was informed that 57 passengers were experiencing stroke-like symptoms, and asked him to be medevaced to a land hospital. Duties of the coast guard flight surgeon consultation recommends that the medical evacuation. Flight crew encountered a cruise ship in Chatham near Sitka and flying rescue helicopters on people. Passenger transport to Sitka where he was waiting for emergency medical service personnel.

Petty Officer first class Trevor Frommherz for Coast Guard District 17 Watchstander said in a news release, “summer activities on the water, and also our crew day and night stand guard. “” Safety person from a cruise ship though Alaskan weather is often unpredictable in distress is proof of the capability of our men and women training every day. ” Lucky is that medical evacuations when there is clear weather conditions.

Have been no further reports of passengers ‘ conditions.

Source and photo credit: Coast Guard news

Royal Caribbean cruise passenger Medevaced off occurs after stroke-like symptoms

8-year old boy nearly drowned on a Royal Caribbean cruise

Royal Caribbean ANTHEM OF THE SEAS was forced to return to New Jersey just hours after it had departed after an eight year old boy nearly drowned in a pool on board. The young child is reported to be in critical condition. According to the Coast Guard, the boy had been in the water for eight to 10 minutes before cruise officials found him. The child was Medevaced to Staten Island University Hospital, where his family was expected to join him.

8-year old boy nearly drowned on a Royal Caribbean cruise

Royal Caribbean anthem was forced to return to New Jersey after just a few hours after it left eight years old boy who nearly drowned in the ship’s pool. It is reported that the youngest children in a critical state. According to the coast guard, to 8-10 minute cruise before officials discovered that he had been in the water boy. Child was Medevaced to Staten Island University Hospital, his family was supposed to go with him.

In March this year, a 4-year old boy in a swimming pool on the Royal Caribbean oasis of the seas, I nearly drowned. Toddler spent five minutes underwater in the pool, no more cruise passengers to jump into the cardio-pulmonary resuscitation before the pulse. Only in December 2015, 8-year old boy drowned in the Royal Caribbean freedom of the seas. He was spotted by another guest, cannot be recovered.

Despite the many incidents involving drowning and near drowning boat, most cruise lines do not have lifeguards on its ships. Royal Caribbean recently said it was not, is not going to want to add, on the boats lifeguards. Disney cruise line (Magic Cruise) remains as the only cruise lines provide a lifeguard, a small child, fantasy cruise ship drowning response. Depending on family vacation they ship industry, is truly shocking is that cruise lines refused to implement basic pool safety precautions in order to protect the very same families to support their business.

Cruise ship companies should be required to provide similar security precautions, followed by coastal resorts. These preventive measures, such as lifeguards, swimming instructors and children roadblock is relatively inexpensive and proven to save lives.

A variety of swimming pools and hot tubs to our law firm handling injury and death cases, we often found that such accidents can be easily avoided. In other words, there is no reason why children have to die in a swimming pool.

Our youngest child’s family our deepest condolences and wishes him a speedy recovery.

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The boy nearly drowned, NBC News, July 1, 2016.

Child drowning in the pool, pix11,2016 July 1

Anthem marine cruise ship was forced to return to New Jersey, on July 1, 2016

8-year old boy nearly drowned on a Royal Caribbean cruise