Carnival Triumph passengers have been forced to endure horrendous and unsanitary conditions onboard the vessel since a fire erupted in the cruise ship’s engine room last Sunday. The ship has been slowly making its way to Mobile, Alabama, without power, sufficient provisions or working toilets.
As Carnival Corp.’s accident tally continues to rise, something must be done to improve maritime safety onboard vessels fleet-wide, as well as among other cruise industry liners.
Lipcon’s own trial and appellate attorney, Michael A. Winkleman, will be discussing the importance of cruise ship safety and passenger rights on America Live with Megyn Kelly on Fox News Channel tomorrow, Feb. 15, as the show’s maritime law expert.
The program is scheduled to air at 2 p.m. EST (Scheduling may be subject to change).
Mr. Winkleman is also expected to discuss the Carnival Triumph cruise ship fire accident on the network’s Justice with Judge Jeanine show, airing on Saturday at 9 p.m. EST.
Our maritime accident lawyers stress the importance for all cruise ship accident victims to know that they have a right to seek legal counsel for their pain and suffering. Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. has been representing both passengers and crewmembers injured or killed at sea since 1971, as well as those who have been denied their rightful benefits, including medical care, provisions and wages.
We work diligently to protect the rights of all who have suffered because of negligence and wrongdoing onboard a cruise ship, barge or personal water craft, and are available for consultation if you or a loved one were involved in a maritime accident or negligence incident.
Fox News programming schedules are subject to change. Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. does not assume responsibility for cancelled programming.