Six Costa Concordia cruise shipwreck survivors file suit in Miami Federal Court seeking $460 million in damages. The lawsuit names Costa Cruises and parent company, Carnival Cruises; lawyer cites ‘stress of disaster’
The lawsuit filed in U.S. Federal Court seeks $460 million in damages and names Costa Cruises and its parent Carnival Corp. Both have offices in South Florida.
The attorney representing the six passengers told The Miami Herald that the stress of the disaster off the Italian coast will never go away.
In another lawsuit filed in Chicago, a crew member seeks class-action status and at least $100 million in damages from Carnival and Costa.
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