On Saturday, an electrical fire forced four commercial fishermen to abandon ship and request a medevac.
On Wednesday, an ailing captain and his rescuer both died due to a poorly executed medevac.
On Sunday, an Indonesian ferry caught fire, leading to an immediate evacuation. Some passengers are still missing, however.
On Monday, two crew members aboard Norwegian Escape suffered severe burns in an engine room fire.
On Friday afternoon, a ferry crashed into the San Francisco Ferry Building docks, causing injuries.
On Monday, a container ship collided with a Turkish pier, causing hull damage and a fuel leak. No injuries have yet been reported.
On Monday, an elderly passenger was medevaced from a cruise ship far off the coast of Ireland.
On Tuesday morning, a 52-year-old passenger fell to her death after a scuffle with a muscular man. Authorities in Aruba are investigating the incident as a potential murder.
Last Thursday, a passenger ferry collided with a small recreational boat off the coast of the Grand Canary Islands.
On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, two ships – Kollum (a bunker tanker) and Charlotte Maersk (a container ship) –, which …
Last Wednesday, a passenger ferry collided with a crane at Barcelona Port, causing a blaze to erupt.
On Sunday evening, Carnival Sunshine listed severely, causing objects to be thrown about the interior.
Last Monday, a commercial fishing boat crew member was seriously injured by a loose crane hook.
Last Friday, a young man fell and died while traveling aboard a cruise ship for his bachelor party.
Lipcon has secured a favorable opinion from the Eleventh Circuit in Minott v. M/Y Brunello, securing our client’s rights in a challenging maritime dispute.