A broken leg is simply no fun, especially if it occurs while you’re on a cruise vacation. There is pain, inconvenience, lost time doing fun events and perhaps medical bills, missed time at work and ongoing pain to contend with.
If you’ve broken a leg or ankle on your cruise and you believe you did so due to the negligence of the cruise ship’s crew members or because of a forseeable issue with the boat, then you might have reason for filing a claim.
Can I sue a cruise line if I broke my leg?
The answer to that depends on the circumstances. How did it happen? What caused the accident? How did crew members respond?
Your ability to file a claim depends on the ‘who, what, when, why and where’ of the accident or injury. There are dozens of questions a cruise ship injury attorney will ask you to get a clear understanding of the circumstances.
Call an cruise ship injury attorney.
If you suffered a broken leg on a cruise and have questions about your ability to file a claim, the first step would be to contact a cruise ship injury attorney, especially one experienced in handling cruise ship accidents, injuries and illnesses.
If you’d like to talk to a cruise ship injury attorney, please contact Waks and Barnett at 1-800-905-2891. Or fill out the form below and we can contact you.