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Grimaldo v. Carnival Corporation et al (14-CV-22882-CMA)

Plaintiff asserts various negligence claims against Carnival Corporation and individual medical Defendants. Plaintiff was a passenger on a Carnival vessel in 2013. As alleged in the complaint, Plaintiff was presented to the medical facility onboard the vessel with complaints of dizziness, headaches, shortness of breath, etc., and was misdiagnosed by the medical defendants and told it was safe to fly on an airplane. As a result, Plaintiff suffered a stroke and now suffers from permanent brain injury. The complaint was drafted and filed by Plaintiff's former counsel. Defendant Carnival has answered the complaint. The individual medical Defendants, all foreign citizens, have waived service but contest personal jurisdiction. Plaintiff needs an attorney to represent her, conduct jurisdictional discovery, and pursue her claims. The case is administratively closed so Plaintiff can obtain counsel. The case will be reopened upon Plaintiff's counsel filing a notice of appearance and motion to reopen.
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