Cruise Ship Accident FAQ
The Florida-based cruise ship accident attorneys of Greenberg, Stone & Urbano, offer more than 100 years of combined personal injury law experience. We litigate cruise ship accident cases against some of the largest cruise lines in the world.
In this cruise ship accident FAQ section, our lawyers provide legal information and answer some common questions about cruise ship accidents and injuries:
- Can I sue for a cruise injury?
- Can I sue if I get sick on a cruise?
- Who do I sue and who pays me after a cruise ship accident?
- How long do I have to file a cruise ship accident lawsuit?
- Where do I file a personal injury claim against a cruise line?
- Do I need a lawyer if I was injured on a cruise ship?
In the pages of our cruise ship accident FAQ, you can get legal information about issues like deadlines for filing cruise ship injury claims, legal rights after cruise line virus outbreaks, and the process for filing an injury claim after a cruise ship accident.
In addition to reading the information in this cruise ship accidents FAQ, you may also want to review some of our past notable cruise ship accident cases.
Greenberg, Stone & Urbano is an AV-rated* law firm with the resources to fight the largest corporations to get justice for individuals whose lives have been forever changed due to a serious accident.
We understand that this cruise ship FAQ may not answer all your questions, especially if you have recently suffered serious injury on a cruise ship or on a shore excursion during a cruise.
We encourage you to contact our Florida injury lawyers to schedule a free consultation. We have offices in Miami, Palm Beach, Broward County, Orlando and Pensacola. We represent clients nationwide through a network of local associate law offices.
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