A federal jury awarded nothing to a cruise ship passenger who claimed $12 million in damages after falling twice in one week.
The trial focused on a key question: Did Edward Gehres’ fall on a Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line ship cause him to take a much more serious spill outside a North Carolina hotel two days later?
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