Lawsuit Filed Against Royal Caribbean after Child Injured during Game
Child Suffers Brain Injury during Staff Regulated Game
- Leo Tao, 9, was aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship with his family.
- While the ship was in port in Nassau, Leo’s parents took him to the ship’s entertainment zone for kids.
- Leo was participated in a staff regulated game in which cruise staff threw balls at the children while the children attempted to avoid them.
- While running, Leo collided with another child causing him to fall and hit his head on a hard surface.
- Leo was rushed to a Nassau hospital where he received emergency brain surgery for his injuries.
Family Sues Royal Caribbean
- Leo’s family is suing for negligence and is citing past and future damages.
- Miami Children’s Hospital medical reports show some dysfunction in an area of Leo’s brain.
- Leo’s mother is concerned that the dysfunction may lead to epileptic seizures.
- Royal Caribbean has denied responsibility for the boy’s injuries.
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