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In 2012, an Orlando resident sustained severe burns on his feet caused by a hot surface of the Lido pool deck on a Carnival cruise ship.He sued Carnival for his physical injuries, as well as for pain, suffering and mental anguish related to the hot deck.All texts you receive, including instructions & 1-2-1s from other GN users are free.Doherty travelled to meet the boy at his home while his mother had gone out for two hours.The case ended with a jury returning a defense verdict against the passenger.

He located a lawyer who filed suit against the cruise line in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, seeking ,000,000 in damages for his injuries and

He located a lawyer who filed suit against the cruise line in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, seeking $5,000,000 in damages for his injuries and $1,000,000 for his wife's loss of consortium claim. If they had just given a hint that it was that hot…” The popular cruise blog, Cruise Radio, asked the questions every cruiser wants to know: "Do you believe the cruise line had a responsibility to post warnings about the hot deck? Only the most cynical person would not want to see such mental and physical suffering to be avoided.

The 66 year-old passenger, who apparently suffered from pre-existing neuropathy of his feet, was sailing aboard the when the incident occurred.

The cruise ship had docked in Greece and, after briefly leaving the ship, he returned to the Silhouette after deciding that it was too hot and he would rather spend time in the cruise ship pool.

He also alleged that his feet became severely infected due to the poor shipboard medical treatment.

The Miami New Times commented on the lawsuit, stating that the "roasting deck surface led to nasty burns, as well as 'serious and permanent scarring, disfigurement, and embarrassment.'" The New Times article gave the painful ordeal a comical spin in an article titled Lawsuit Claims Hairy Man Contest On Cruise Led To Burned Feet For Florida Man when it was learned that the guest was injured while participating in a "hairy chest" competition on a hot deck.

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He located a lawyer who filed suit against the cruise line in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, seeking $5,000,000 in damages for his injuries and $1,000,000 for his wife's loss of consortium claim. If they had just given a hint that it was that hot…” The popular cruise blog, Cruise Radio, asked the questions every cruiser wants to know: "Do you believe the cruise line had a responsibility to post warnings about the hot deck? Only the most cynical person would not want to see such mental and physical suffering to be avoided.The 66 year-old passenger, who apparently suffered from pre-existing neuropathy of his feet, was sailing aboard the when the incident occurred.The cruise ship had docked in Greece and, after briefly leaving the ship, he returned to the Silhouette after deciding that it was too hot and he would rather spend time in the cruise ship pool.He also alleged that his feet became severely infected due to the poor shipboard medical treatment.The Miami New Times commented on the lawsuit, stating that the "roasting deck surface led to nasty burns, as well as 'serious and permanent scarring, disfigurement, and embarrassment.'" The New Times article gave the painful ordeal a comical spin in an article titled Lawsuit Claims Hairy Man Contest On Cruise Led To Burned Feet For Florida Man when it was learned that the guest was injured while participating in a "hairy chest" competition on a hot deck.

,000,000 for his wife's loss of consortium claim. If they had just given a hint that it was that hot…” The popular cruise blog, Cruise Radio, asked the questions every cruiser wants to know: "Do you believe the cruise line had a responsibility to post warnings about the hot deck? Only the most cynical person would not want to see such mental and physical suffering to be avoided.

The 66 year-old passenger, who apparently suffered from pre-existing neuropathy of his feet, was sailing aboard the when the incident occurred.

The cruise ship had docked in Greece and, after briefly leaving the ship, he returned to the Silhouette after deciding that it was too hot and he would rather spend time in the cruise ship pool.

He also alleged that his feet became severely infected due to the poor shipboard medical treatment.

The Miami New Times commented on the lawsuit, stating that the "roasting deck surface led to nasty burns, as well as 'serious and permanent scarring, disfigurement, and embarrassment.'" The New Times article gave the painful ordeal a comical spin in an article titled Lawsuit Claims Hairy Man Contest On Cruise Led To Burned Feet For Florida Man when it was learned that the guest was injured while participating in a "hairy chest" competition on a hot deck.

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