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"Judge Says Mom May Regret Not Taking Royal Caribbean Deal." Martins v. Royal Caribbean - Goodman

Updated: Aug 23, 2019

Law360, New York (April 12, 2017, 6:15 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal judge on

Wednesday warned a woman seeking a big payout in a negligence suit against Royal

Caribbean Cruises Ltd. that she might end up wishing she had accepted a $500,000

settlement for her daughter’s death, saying she may be "sorry" with the final sum she

receives. The case brought by Marla Martins, whom Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman

described as “the most vocal” among family members suing Royal Caribbean Cruises for

the wrongful death of 17-year-old Briana Martins after she allegedly ingested "bacteriaridden" cruise ship food, no longer has a settlement and is now subject to the court’s earlier-issued. . .

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Martins v. Royal Caribbean NYSE: RCL CASE NO. 15-21124-CIV-GOODMAN (S.D. Fla. Jun. 7, 2019) Judge Jonathan Goodman Presiding

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