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Old January 29th, 2012, 11:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Kuki View Post
I think any lawyers thinking they are going to get the case heard in the US is going be disappointed.

The cruise contract dictates that the cruise line decides where any action has to be filed. In this case, Costa is based in Italy.

That portion of the contract, giving the cruise lines the right to choose the location of any action has been upheld by the courts in previous suits.

I think any talk of a 450 Million dollar settlement to the passengers who survived are truely dreaming.

Though whatever the final settlement, combined with the loss of an almost $500 million ship, will make this the most expensive maritime disaster in history.
When faced with this firms often just go bankrupt??
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