Thank you for sharing!

Your article was successfully shared with the contacts you provided.

Last week, the District Court for the Central District of California granted a Consolidated Motion to Dismiss filed by Princess Cruise Lines (Princess Cruises) all thirteen cases filed by cruise ship passengers suing for emotional distress stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak on the Grand Princess cruise ship, due to the plaintiff’s failure to prove that they were in the “zone of danger” sufficiently to warrant a claim for emotional distress. The initial case that was filed is Weissberger v. Princess Cruise Lines LtdNo. 2:20-CV-02267-RGK-SK.

This premium content is locked for
FC&S Expert Coverage Interpretation subscribers.

Request a Free Trial today to enjoy unlimited access to the trusted solution for successful interpretation and analyses of complex insurance policies.

  • Trusted, quality content from industry experts with over 60 years insurance experience, combined
  • Customizable alerts of changes in relevant policies and trends
  • Search and navigate Q&As to find answers to your specific questions
  • Filter by article, discussion, analysis and more to find the exact information you’re looking for
  • Continually updated to bring you the latest reports, trending topics, and coverage analysis

Already have an account?
For enterprise-wide or corporate access, please contact our Sales Department at 1-800-543-0874 or email customerservice@nuco.com.

Hannah Smith


Get Answers Directly From the FC&S Experts

Submit your coverage interpretation question to the editors of FC&S for quick and reliable information.

Question of the Week

Insurance Coverage Q&A: Coverage for Rented Boats ›

Discusses coverage when a boat strikes a rock.

Question of the Week Archive ›

Copyright © 2020 ALM Media Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.