New York City Cruise Ship Accident Lawyers
Were You Injured on a Cruise Ship?
The cruise ship industry has built its business on the image of a fun,
safe way to travel to exotic destinations worldwide. However, a cruise
ship can be a dangerous place and many passengers have been injured in
accidents caused by careless and intentional conduct of cruise ship employees
- Sexual assaults
- Fall down accidents
- Boating accidents
- Excursion accidents
The owners and operators of cruise ships have special duties under maritime
law to provide for the safety of their passengers. If they fail to fulfill
these duties, they are responsible to compensate the injured cruise ship
Were you injured while on a cruise?
Most passengers do not realize that their boarding pass is a legal contract
in which they have agreed to many limitations on their right to sue the
cruise line. Most boarding passes include a requirement that a claim be
filed in a very short period of time and that a lawsuit be filed within
a shorter period of time than usual. They often also include a limitation
on the place in which a lawsuit must be filed – known as venue.
While many cruise ships depart from New York, the venue limitations often
require that suit be filed in Florida or California. If you have been
injured on a cruise ship, it is imperative that you immediately seek advice
from an experienced
personal injury lawyer that has been through this process before can be invaluable in
ensuring that the cruise ship submits to a proper investigation and preserves
evidence that may be vital to the success of the victim's case.
Experienced Trial Attorneys
Our lawyers at Sullivan & Brill, LLP have been representing victims
of injury for over 15 years. We have been involved in significant litigation
against major cruise ships. If you or someone you know has been injured
or killed in an accident on a cruise ship,
call our firm or complete our
free case evaluation form, and we will discuss your injury case with you for free.
If you have a case, you will not be required to pay any fees up front.
Sullivan & Brill, LLP will prosecute your cruise ship injury case
on a contingency fee basis, meaning we will not collect any fee unless
we obtain a recovery on your behalf.