Miami Cruise Line Accident Attorneys
Protect Your Interests Against Cruise Lines by Acquiring an Advocate Who
Truly Understands Admiralty Law
Those who take to the sea for pleasure or to make a living, whether they
be cruise ship passengers, crew, or other forms of seamen, will find themselves
governed by the unique rule of admiralty law (also known as maritime law).
Under the terms of admiralty law, plaintiffs in personal injury claims
against cruise lines are required to adhere to a different set of intricate
rules of law.
One such rule of law is a shortened statute of limitations. While some
legal jurisdictions allow victims years to bring suit against a wrongdoer,
maritime law often offers only 6 months to make clear their intention
to file suit and only 1 year from the incident to commence the lawsuit.
This is due in part to the contract which passengers sign when purchasing
Considering the various other rules and regulations governed and enforced
by admiralty law, it is important that you arm yourself with attorneys
equipped and experienced in this particular area of the law. Obtaining
a suitable remedy to your injuries or loss can be difficult without proper
representation, which can help ensure the prompt processing of your claim
and the best strategy (should you have the need to file suit).
Our work in the areas of cruise ship passenger injuries and seamen's injuries
has produced significant results for our clients, including a $5.5 million
verdict in an admiralty wrongful death case.
If you are interested in speaking with our cruise line accident lawyers
in Miami, call
(305) 900-5493 or
send us a message to schedule a free consultation about your
personal injury claim.