Cruise Laws

Ross L Jamerson Dead At 80

August 22, 2015 Editor at Cruise Bruise

Ross L Jamerson small town Sheriff who nabbed two mafia hit men in his small Tennessee town went on to become Carnival Cruise Lines Chief Security Officer. Ross was a former Portage County Tennessee Sheriff who […]

Cruise Ship Fires

Passenger Ship Fire 544 Aboard

August 15, 2015 Editor at Cruise Bruise

MV Wonderful Star passenger ship caught fire while docked early this morning with 544 people aboard, 2 of 59 crew members injured. The ship was located in Ormoc, located on Leyte Island in the Philippines. Two […]

Cruise Crime

FTC Sues Florida Cruise Line

August 15, 2015 Editor at Cruise Bruise

Federal Trade Commission ( FTC) and 10 U.S. States sue cruise line for deceptive marketing practices, a #cruise industry first. Full court documents on our website. On March 3, 2014 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), State of […]

Cruise Ship Injury

Cruise Ship Injury Ends Legendary Musician’s Career

August 14, 2015 Editor at Cruise Bruise

Lawsuit filed by Gyula Bruno Fekete brother blames  Uniworld River Cruises for legendary saxophonist’s 2014 SS Antoinette delayed head injury/coma treatment by Boppard, German hospital. On June 3, 2014 legendary saxophonist from Hungary Gyula Bruno (Maxi) Fekete, 62, had been booked to perform […]

Cruise Laws

Carnival Sued $75,000 For Iron Burn

August 8, 2015 Editor at Cruise Bruise

Cruise Laws: Carnival Cruise Line sued in $75,000 jury trial demand, against lawyer’s advice, when cruise ship passenger burns leg while ironing during cruise, lawyer quits.  #Cruise ship iron burn lawsuit case documents included. Kim Hunter v. […]