Passengers aboard the ill fated Costa Cruises ship in Italy are being offered $14,460 in compensation for their lost luggage and psychological trauma. However, many passengers are holding off on accepting the offer, saying that they can't quite put a figure on the extent of their trauma.
A consumer group lead the negotiations for 3,206 passengers from 61 countries, none of which were hurt when the $450 million cruise liner crashed into a reef off the coast of Tuscany on January 13.
Costa is also reimbursing uninjured passengers the full cost of their cruise, their return travel expenses and any medical expenses they sustained after the grounding.
Do you think this is fair compensation?
Source: Radar Online