Fort Lauderdale Cruise Ship Injury Claims
Dangers of Going on a Cruise
For many people, taking a vacation on a cruise on the open sea is a dream come true. Having the opportunity to spend several days or weeks of leisure on a cruise ship can be enormously enjoyable, but for many people it turns into a nightmare or a tragedy.
The moment you step aboard a cruise ship, you place your life in the hands of the crew, and they and the company that operates the ship assume a responsibility to protect your safety.
Common Types of Cruise Ship Accidents
Our Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorneys have extensive experience with the intricacies of maritime law, and we are ready to help you with any type of cruise ship accident case.
Some of the most common types of injuries occurring on cruise ships include:
- Slip and fall on decks or staircases
- Sexual assault perpetrated by a crew member
- Assault or battery
- Drowning accidents in the ship's swimming pool
- Falls overboard
- Food poisoning
- Accidents occurring on excursions for which the ship is responsible
At Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A., we help accident victims and their families take legal action against those who are responsible for causing their injuries, and we are ready to help you file an injury claim against Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Lines or any other cruise line.
Whether your accident occurred off the coast of Florida or anywhere else in the world, we urge you to contact us as early as possible so that we can assist you with filing your claim before the statute of limitations on your case expires.
Whether you have personally been injured or if you want to file a Death on the High Seas Act, contact us now for your free case evaluation and to learn how much your claim is worth in compensation!
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