Costa Concordia owner Carnival faces $10m lawsuit

By Vessels

Carnival Corporation faces a $10 million lawsuit over the Costa Concordia tragedy.
The cruise ship operated by Italian subsidiary Costa Cruises suffered from a bad design, and that the company profited while exposing people at danger.
The suit was started in California by Attorney John Arthur Eaves on behalf of 2 other people.
US personal injury attorney Eaves insisted that the design of the vessel made the evacuation slowly and after it faces the rocks off the Italian island of Giglio in January with the dead of 32 people.
Eaves insisted that Carnival ignored the safety of the passengers all for bigger profits.
Eaves is representative of clients from different nationalities, relatives suing the parent company in the US rather than Costa in Italy for more money and bigger compensation.
Francesco Schettino, captain of the wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia remains under house arrest, having been accused of sailing too close to the coast.