We are representing the families of passengers who while on a Princess or Carnival Cruise ship contracted the Corona Virus and died. Carnival Corporation is the parent company of Princess Cruises, Carnival Cruises, Costa Cruses and others. Princess knew in mid-February that some passengers from a prior cruise had contracted the coronavirus virus. Yet Princess purposefully did not inform the next group of embarking passengers of the virus. The passengers and crew members who were on the next cruise were never notified that passengers on the prior cruse had contracted COVID-19 while on the ship. Only on February 25th, after the cruise began did Princess send emails to passengers to let them know they may have been exposed to COVID-19 during their cruise.
Similarly, passengers on the Diamond Princess and Costa Luminosa who contracted and died from the coronavirus should have been told that the virus had spread on each ship on a prior voyage.
MANY PASSENGERS CONTRACTED COVID-19 AND DIED AS A RESULT.
Princess, Costa and Carnival should have told their new passengers before the trip started about the known presence of coronavirus on the ship. They did not. The cruise lines are therefore liable for the wrongful death of any passenger who contracted the virus. If this happened to your family please contact us at 1-800-718-4658 and ask for Jeffrey Nadrich or Jennifer Poole.
We are representing victims families who became infected and died on the Grand Princess, the Costa Luminosa, the Diamond Princess as well as other Carnival and Princess cruise ships.
If we can help or if you have any questions please contact Jeffrey Nadrich or Jennifer Poole at Nadrich & Cohen at 1-800-718-4658 or email us at email@example.com. You can also complete the form at the right, “Do I have A Case?” Or, you can interface with our live chat option. We promise you that we’ll response within 12 hours even if all you have is a question.