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  1. The plaintiff needs to prove actual and/or constructive notice which is close to null as what this attorney is definitely considered a "chaser". If plaintiff moves to file suit, RCCL will move for Summary Judgment.
  2. This is what bother's me. We all know that if you pass or stand at one of these open windows that there is a wind that blows. How can you NOT know the window is open??? Moreover, wouldn't you question why all the window panes are tinted but this one "supposed" pane isn't?? This idiot of an attorney is trying to spin the story but will end up losing at the long run. RCCL will most likely file a Motion for Summary Judgment should this attorney file suit as previously stated, grandfather admits to his negligence.
  3. Actually, no. Just not so much of it that boots are needed. 😜🤑
  4. Wow! It's pouring speculation and not a cloud in the sky!! 😎
  5. Liebeck v. McDonald's Restaurants, also known as the McDonald's coffee case and the hot coffee lawsuit, was a 1994 product liability lawsuit that became a flashpoint in the debate in the United States over tort reform. Although a New Mexico civil jury awarded $2.86 million to plaintiff Stella Liebeck, a 79-year-old woman who suffered third-degree burns in her pelvic region when she accidentally spilled hot coffee in her lap after purchasing it from a McDonald's restaurant, ultimately Liebeck was only awarded $640,000. Liebeck was hospitalized for eight days while she underwent skin grafting, followed by two years of medical treatment. Liebeck's attorneys argued that, at 180–190 °F (82–88 °C), McDonald's coffee was defective, claiming it was too hot and more likely to cause serious injury than coffee served at any other establishment. McDonald's had refused several prior opportunities to settle for less than what the jury ultimately awarded. The jury damages included $160,000 to cover medical expenses and compensatory damages and $2.7 million in punitive damages. The trial judge reduced the final verdict to $640,000, and the parties settled for a confidential amount before an appeal was decided.
  6. But the itineraries are badly chosen. No variety from New Orleans. Royal didn't really think this one out.
  7. 1970's Model?? Wow!! FLASHBACK!! BRADY BUNCH!! 😎
  8. If any port has dogs they will sniff it out, such as in San Juan, and it will be confiscated.
  9. If you want to do it in Nassau, friends of mine used this company and they were great!! http://www.bahamas-destination-wedding.com/small-vow-renewal-nassau-bahamas/
  10. Awwwww..give them a break !!! They lost the war in 1776 and still pissed about it !! HAPPY 4TH!! 😂😂😂😂😂
  11. Records trace the history of soccer back more than 2,000 years ago to ancient China. Greece, Rome, and parts of Central America also claim to have started the sport; but it was England that transitioned soccer, or what the British and many other people around the world call “football,” into the game we know today. The English are credited with recording the first uniform rules for the sport, including forbidding tripping opponents and touching the ball with hands.
  12. "Football" is actually "Soccer" in Europe.
  13. Hotel 1898!!! Things to see: La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Casa Milà, Casa Batlló, Mercado de La Boqueria, Montjuïc, Plaça de Catalunya, Palau de la Música Catalana, Güell Palace, La Rambla, Palau de la Música Catalana, Tibidabo, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Gaudí House Museum, Picasso Museum, Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, etc. And that is the short list. All beautiful places and if you enjoy them, there are many other cities to explore in España, especially the northwest providence of Galicia which is near and dear to me. DON"T forget to eat authentic Paella Valencia !!! Yum! Yum! 😍😍
  14. Q&A: How do I enroll in the Crown & Anchor Society? If you are a new guest, there is no need to sign up for Crown & Anchor Society. You will be automatically enrolled after you complete your first sailing with Royal Caribbean International (applies to US Residents). Membership benefits begin after you have completed at least one Royal Caribbean International cruise. If you have sailed with us but are not yet enrolled, you can contact Crown & Anchor Society at (800) 526-9723 to sign up before your next cruise. If you are outside the U.S. and Canada, call (541) 285-9723. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9 AM-10 PM EST and Saturday through Sunday 9 AM-8 PM EST. Please be sure to have information about your previous cruise(s) on hand: ship name(s), sail date(s), and booking number(s). You can also visit the Loyalty Ambassador onboard to sign-up for the program. Benefits begin after you have completed at least one Royal Caribbean International cruise. If your email address is given, we will use this to only communicate your Program benefits unless you opt-in to other solicitations.
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