Triumph Passengers Begin to File Lawsuits

A Texas woman says she was physically injured during her days-long saga at sea.
2:27 | 02/18/13

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Nightmare journey of the carnival cruise ship triumphed that may be over but the company is now facing the first wave of lawsuits. Passengers already filing complaints against the cruise line. ABC's -- -- -- -- -- has been tracking the very latest -- good morning or good morning Amy and this morning to lawsuits have already been filed. And experts say more will be on the way after that ship lost power. The woman you're about to meet Lisa Williams says she was physically injured during her eight -- Soledad C. Weighing your gut tells you that it's possible -- not gonna survive this event. -- that shouldn't be allowed to -- to. In an exclusive interview the Houston resident tells ABC news she became dehydrated on the ship. It has spent the weekend in and out of urgent care centers getting IV drips. Nobody ever offered me additional water and I was not about to drink water coming out of the shift. Williams 75000. Dollar lawsuit is the first of focused almost entirely on bodily injuries from the so called. Crews from hell. She thought that this luxury cruise and turned into the Titanic it's seen that nobody was in control. And that the passengers were pretty much left in the dark. Williams says the pictures tell the story more than 3000 passengers forced to move their beds outside. Wait hours for scarce food and dog sewage they say was all over the boat. Williams says the chaos left her battered and bruised. I wanted to go. And lay in -- -- I didn't expect to come home in the situation I was and I don't think that's fair. So what does the fine print -- carnivals ticket contract states the company can't be held responsible for emotional distress and mental suffering. But physical injuries are another story. These cases are going to be winnable it would be a pretty mean judge to toss these are. But carnivals reputation may already be paying a price yeah. Think you -- But -- you have -- worse than 4000. Stranded on nightmare crew that. It's about asked SNL taking the company to task over the weekend. But Williams is not left. My only concern is that this doesn't occur. Ever again so that they never have another ship that has a similar experience. And we did reach out to carnival but we're told the company had not yet seen this latest lawsuit. And won't comment just yet but much more to come and this is just the beginning --

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