Boat Drill Injury on Cruise Ship Leaves Passenger’s Arm Injured

Forearm Injury

A boat drill aboard a cruise ship left one cruise ship passenger forearm injuries which could potentially alter the passenger’s health for the long term.

Boat drills, though generally orderly and simple, can include large gatherings of passengers in opens spaces on the boat. The potential for injury does exist.

When this does occur — and passengers have questions about “what to do next” — we always recommend contacting a law firm for more information.

The question for our firm when passengers injuries like this are reported to us are:

  • What role did the cruise line play (if any) in this accident?
  • Was the cruise line or its employees negligent in their actions or policies?
  • Was the cruise line at fault?
  • Could the cruise line be held liable for the passenger’s injury, healthcare and loss of wages?

A potential case like this one sparks many questions and requires the collection of facts, documentation and other information so we can help determine “what happened” and “why it happened.”

This case is also no different than other potential cases that cross our desks each day. Our goal is to help each cruise ship injury victim to prove their case and get the compensation they deserve.

Waks and Barnett, P.A. | Admiralty and Maritime Law

Waks & Barnett attorneys practice in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death, with a focus on Cruise Ship Injury and Accidents, Admiralty and Maritime cases. For more information, please call our office in Miami — our number is 1-800-905-2891. All initial consultations are free of charge.

Cruise ship accidents are not uncommon, with many leading to personal injury and wrongful death suits filed against the cruise lines. Waks and Barnett, P.A. has successfully handled many of these cases over the past 25 years.