While cruise lines often take great effort to ensure the safety of their passengers, staircases, wet decks and unstable surfaces, in general, all pose risk of potential accidents. For example, a passenger may be injured while boarding a ship on the Florida coast. Or, a passenger may sustain an injury in a slip-and-fall accident while cruising toward his or her next port of call.
At The Umansky Law Firm, we represent Florida residents and out-of-state tourists who have been injured in cruise ship accidents. We also represent people whose family members and loved ones died in cruise ship accidents. Our Orlando cruise ship injury lawyers guide clients through the process of filing a personal injury claim to recover compensation for their injuries and financial losses.
Our firm holds ship owners and companies accountable when the safety of their passengers is compromised. Accidents can include:
If you sustained an injury in United States waters, along the coast of Florida or while aboard a vessel on the high seas, talk to a lawyer at The Umansky Law Firm. If the injury occurred more than three miles from shore, maritime law will apply. Our firm has substantial knowledge of maritime laws as well as determining liability and compensation under these laws.
Were you injured onboard a cruise line that departed from Port Canaveral? Talk to our personal injury lawyers if you were injured on any of these cruise lines:
We handle injuries sustained at all ports of call on cruise ship itineraries in the Bahamas and the Caribbean.
These destinations include:
If you were injured or if your loved one suffered a fatal accident call an Orlando cruise ship injury lawyer to schedule your free initial consultation. You can also contact us online.
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