Pablo Guevara v. NCL (Bahamas) Ltd.
Plaintiff - Appellant: PABLO GUEVARA
Defendant - Appellee: NCL (BAHAMAS) LTD., a Bermuda Company doing business as Norwegian Cruise Line
Case Number: 17-14889
Filed: October 31, 2017
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Marine Personal Injury

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April 1, 2019 Summary Guevara v. NCL (Bahamas) Ltd.

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Plaintiff - appellant: PABLO GUEVARA
Represented By: Philip D. Parrish
Represented By: Michael F. Guilford
Represented By: Tonya Jean Meister
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Defendant - appellee: NCL (BAHAMAS) LTD., a Bermuda Company doing business as Norwegian Cruise Line
Represented By: Lauri Waldman Ross
Represented By: Rachael M. Fagenson
Represented By: Jeffrey Eric Foreman
Represented By: Raquel Lauren Loret de Mola
Represented By: Geoffrey Edward Probst
Represented By: Noah D. Silverman
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