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Celebrity Cruise Ship Food Poisoning - Carribean Cruise

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I read a news story about a cruise ship food poisoning outbreak on a Carribean cruise.  The news report stated that the Celebrity Cruise ship left Charleston SC for a Carribean  cruise on February 15, 2010.  It is reported that more than 300 passengers and 27 crew members became ill.  It is suspected that the illness may be due to the Norovirus, which can cause flu like symptoms, nausea, and other stomach problems.

There are specific legal requirements and filing deadlines for cruise ship injury cases.  The failure to comply with those rules and regulations can completely bar a case.  As such, it is essential for a cruise ship injury victim to contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to preserve their rights.
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