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Cruise Ship Accident Los Angeles | Injury Lawsuit

Cruise ship injury from accident AttorneyThe top-rated Normandie Law Firm takes great pride in representing passengers of cruise ships who have suffered serious injuries on board seafaring vessels due to the negligent or wrongful acts of others. Our qualified team of skilled attorneys with experience in cruise ship injury cases is available to help you receive compensation for your damages. We have dealt with claims regarding injuries sustained at the largest Cruise ship companies, including Princess Caribbean, Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian, Disney, and Celebrity in order to make sure you or your loved one receive full and just compensation you are entitled too. If you or your loved one has suffered a tragic injury or been a victim of violence contact our law office toll-free at (800) 790-5422. All legal consultations with our expert attorneys with experience handling cruise ship injury claims are provided free of charge. 

Common Accidents and Injuries On Board Cruise Ships

  • Acts of Violence including assault and battery, rape and sexual assault
  • Injured while boarding or departing from the dock
  • Slip and fall accidents – trip and fall injuries due to debris on board and falling objects
  • Food poisoning and contraction of infectious diseases claim including Salmonella, Hepatitis, and MRSA
  • Fire and burn injuries
  • Falling overboard and pool drowning injuries due to lack of maintenance and upkeep.
  • Cruise ship groundings or collisions resulting in injuries to passengers

If you have suffered any of these accidents and you are curious if you can sue for compensation, contact an attorney with expertise in cruise ship injury lawsuits today.

Financial Recovery for Injuries – Potential Value of My Case

Victims of injuries on board cruise ships and cruise liners are entitled to financial compensation for all their harms. There are many factors that go into determining the proper amount of compensation, and an accomplished lawyer experienced in cruise ship injury cases can give you a proper estimate of what you may earn. A list of harms compensable in cruise ship injury cases are as follows:

  • Recovery for all injuries including all present and future medical expenses and rehabilitation costs.
  • Pain and suffering including emotional trauma, depression and PTSD.
  • Loss of wages and earnings due to the injuries suffered.
  • Loss of future income or earning potential resulting from long term or permanent disabilities.

Time line for Filing a Maritime Cruise Ship Accident Case

The statute of limitations (SOL) for filing a personal injury case usually depends on the location (jurisdiction) where the accident took place. For example, the SOL in the state of California is two years from the date of the injury. However, maritime cases are different. Adults who have suffered injuries while on board cruise ship have one year from the date of the incident to file a claim.

An attorney who has experience cruise ship injuries can make sure you are well within the statute of limitations when you file your claim.

Cost of Hiring an Attorney to Represent You in the Court of Law: Our experienced lawyers work strictly on a contingency fee basis. This means that our clients do not have to pay for any out their legal fee out of pocket. Our top law firm will only get paid a percentage of the settlement amount once there is a successful resolution of your case.  

Free Case Review Available: Our cruise ship litigation legal team provide all prospective clients with a free no cost and confidential evaluation of your claim. If you have any further legal questions and would like to speak with an experienced attorney, feel free to contact our law offices toll free at (800) 790-5422. 



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