Cruise ship accidents can result in various injuries. Reporting these incidents on a cruise ship is essential in protecting your rights. By notifying the ship's personnel immediately and promptly seeking medical care, you strengthen your case for compensation tremendously. This valuable documentation will help to build a strong case for your cruise ship injury claim.
What if the cruise ship denies liability for my injury?
If the cruise ship denies liability, call us as soon as possible at (678) 271-9111 and schedule a FREE CASE EVALUATION so that our team can make our assessment and help you build a strong case based on evidence and applicable laws.
Can I seek compensation for medical expenses and other damages?
Yes, if your injury was a result of negligence or a hazardous condition on the cruise ship, you may be eligible to seek compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other damages.
What is the statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim?
Generally, the statute of limitations for an injury on a cruise is determined by the language of your contract with the cruise line. Very often, it is only one year from the date of your injury, so you should not delay in seeking information on how to recover for your injuries.
Slips and falls are the leading cause of cruise ship injuries, and usually happen on wet or uneven surfaces.
If you've been injured in a cruise ship accident, it's crucial to take immediate action by reporting the incident, seeking medical attention, and consulting with an experienced injury attorney, like John Edmonson of The Edmonson Law Firm.
We have the expertise to handle the legal complexities and advocate for your rights, ensuring you receive the compensation you deserve for your cruise ship injury.
Book a free case evaluation right here on our website, or call us at (678) 271-9111 and we'd be happy to assist you then!