Free Consultation for Cruise Accident Victims
The events and circumstances surrounding an injury can be overwhelming and confusing.
It’s normal to have questions, especially regarding your legal rights. And while friends and family members can offer helpful advice, it’s important to speak with an experienced attorney who can answer your questions and provide the legal counsel needed to determine if you have reason to file a claim.
How to Contact Our Office
If you have been injured in an accident and need help, please call us at this toll-free number: 800-905-2891. Or contact us by email at email@example.com
Let Us Help You
Our attorneys have over 60 years of experience helping injured people understand their legal rights. We answer your questions. We can help you determine if you have a case, whether or not you actually need a lawyer and how much your injury claim might be worth.
If you do have a viable claim against the cruise lines, we work with you to get compensation for your injuries, hospital bills and even missed time at work.
We help clients who have been injured in:
Tell Us About Your Injury – The Consultation is FREE
There are no silly questions. The reality is that passengers who were involved in cruise ship accidents have dozens of real questions that need real answers from someone who knows. We’re here to help whether you have a case or not.
Getting legitimate legal information is important – and it’s your right. Your health and financial well-being may rely on your ability to get the answers you need.
For questions about a potential case, please call us at this toll-free number: 800-905-2891.
Office Location and Contact Information:
Waks and Barnett, P.A
9900 SW 107TH Ave., Suite 101
Miami, Florida 33176
NOTE: If you were injured or became sick while on a cruise, you do not have to live in Florida for us to represent you. We represent injured clients from around the country and around the world. This is because, quite often, legal claims filed against the cruise lines must be filed in Miami or other Florida courts. This information is outlined in the contract (or ticket) you signed before embarking on your cruise. We can also work with your local attorney if needed.