Man Sues Royal Caribbean after FlowRider Surfing Simulator Injury

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  • A former passenger with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines is suing the company, claiming that it acted negligently.
  • The plaintiff alleges that he was injured while using a FlowRider Surfing Simulator on one of the company’s cruise ships.
  • The suit claims that the company had previously modified the ride, but failed to inform passengers of the increased danger.

A man is suing Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines after he was injured while using an attraction on one of the company’s ships.

In his suit, the plaintiff, Zygmunt Brett, claims that he suffered physical injuries while using the FlowRider Surfing Simulator. The incident occurred as he sailed on a cruise with the company on July 18th, 2016.

The suit, which was filed on January 12th in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, alleges that Royal Caribbean is responsible for his injuries. The plaintiff accuses the company of modifying the simulator in a way which increased the danger to passengers, but then failed to warn potential riders of the changes or the associated dangers.

The plaintiff is suing for damages, and requests a jury trial.