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Schulman v. Institute for Shipboard Education propeller case settled

David Schulman, as personal representative of the estate of Casey Schulman v. Institute for Shipboard Education dba Semester at Sea settled 18 February 2014. The case focused on the December 2012 death of Casey Schulman, a University of Virginia student, on a Semester at Sea Program. She was struck and killed by the propeller of […]

Bruce Porter, killed by dive catamaran propeller off New Zealand

Bruce Porter was diving with a group of friends at Tutukaka, New Zealand, about 30 kilometers east of Whangarei, at the entrance to Poor Knights Islands on Friday 7 February 2014. Mr. Porter was an experienced 56 year old diver from Auckland New Zealand. Details are sketchy, but reports indicate he had surfaced from a […]

Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines, et al.

On March 10, 2011 Michael Meyer, about age 65 at time of the accident, and his wife (Luz Hilda Meyer) were on a cruise at St. Lucia, a Caribbean island. They were cruising on the Carnival cruise ship, the M/V Carnival Victory. On this day, they went on a St. Lucia shore excursion trip Michael […]

Meyer v. Carnival: Siobhan Beaubrun / Cox depositon part 1

This review of Siobhan Beaubrun’s deposition is part of our much larger coverage of the Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines et al. case resulting from a catamaran propeller accident on a cruise ship shore excursion. Cox & Company, the tour operator, provided Siobhan Beaubrun, their Director of Corporate Affairs/Excursions, as their person to be […]

Meyer v. Carnival: Siobhan Beaubrun Cox deposition part 2

This is part two of the Siobhan Beaubrun deposition in our coverage of the Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines, et al. case resulting from a cruise ship shore excursion catamaran propeller accident in St. Lucia. Siobhan Beaubrun / Cox deposition part 2 Plaintiff attorney produced a Tour Information Form (TIF) with information on the […]

Meyer v. Carnival: Lera Toato Mathurin deposition / Cox

This review Lera Toato Mathurin’s depostion is part of our much larger coverage of the Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines et al. case resulting from a catamaran propeller accident on a cruise ship shore excursion. Lera Toato Mathurin was the Cox & Company representative on the Tango Too catamaran excursion to the Pitons the […]

Meyer v. Carnival: Captain Lawrence O’Neil deposition

This review of Captain Lawrence O’Neil’s deposition is part of our much larger coverage of the Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines et al. case resulting from a catamaran propeller accident on a cruise ship shore excursion. Captain Lawrence O’Neil was captain of the M/V Tango Too catamaran on the day of Michael Meyer’s incident […]

Meyer v. Carnival: Randall Jaques Affidavit / Tour Inspector

This affidavit and deposition is part of our much larger coverage of the Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines et al. case resulting from a catamaran propeller accident on a cruise ship shore excursion. Randall Jaques, a marine safety and security consultant, was hired by plaintiff’s counsel to review events leading up to the accident, […]

Meyer v. Carnival: Jack Cardillo / Passenger Deposition

This review of Jack Cardillo’s deposition is part of our much larger coverage of the Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines et al. case resulting from a catamaran propeller accident on a cruise ship shore excursion. Jack Cardillo was a passenger on the catamaran that injured Michael Meyer. Most of our coverage of these depositions […]

Meyer v. Carnival: Siobhan O’Grady / Passenger Deposition

This review of Siobhan O’Grady’s deposition is part of our much larger coverage of the Michael Meyer v. Carnival Cruise Lines et al. case resulting from a catamaran propeller accident on a cruise ship shore excursion. Siobhan, O’Grady, a New York attorney, was also on the Cox Catamaran Cruise to the Pitons on the day […]