Monthly Archives: November 2011


Nov

28

2011

Can I settle with the cruise line without hiring an attorney

Important Note About Settling With A Cruise Line Without Hiring An Attorney Many of the provisions that are often included in a cruise passenger’s ticket limit the purchaser’s rights and the amount of time allotted for filing a claim is brief. Also, once you are given a ticket, a binding contract has been formed that cannot be altered. Other limitations include the amount of reimbursement…

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Nov

21

2011

Suing a Cruise Ship Line – How To Prepare

Bringing a lawsuit to a cruise ship operation can be a little tricky. Unlike a traditional lawsuit suing a business in one’s home town or community or place of work, a cruise ship business frequently involves issues that occur in the ocean while the boat is in transit. As a result, the issue of what kind of law applies tends to come up often. Cruise…

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Nov

14

2011

Cruise Ship Water Injuries

Few people set off on vacation anticipating an accident, and cruise ship passengers are no exception. Unfortunately, a number of cruise line guests are injured each year in water-related incidents, both onboard and while participating in cruise line-approved onshore excursions. • Water Slide Overcrowding combined with minimal supervision and the differing sizes of multiple users at one time can lead to accidents. Common injuries include…

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Nov

07

2011

Crew Member Assaults on Passengers

Cruises are wonderful trips enjoyed by thousands of people each year. Despite their great offerings, it is important to remember that dangers exist on cruises. Taking the proper precautions will help passengers enjoy their cruises and avoid potential problems. One unfortunate problem to be aware of is the possibility of crew member assaults on passengers. While the majority of cruise line passengers enjoy trouble-free experiences,…

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