Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. was ordered to pay $75,000 to a woman who suffered a concussion in a fall on one of its cruise ships, but it can take solace in that the award could have been 10 times larger.

On March 4, 2017, plaintiff Carelyn Fylling, 69, an executive, fell while she was traversing the deck of a cruise ship that was docked at Port Everglades, in Hollywood. She suffered an injury of her head.

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