Injured in a Fall, on Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas

We received and inquiry on our website from a passenger who was injured in a fall while cruising with Royal Caribbean on the Navigator of the Seas cruise ship.

The passenger explained what happened with the accident and was asking “what their rights were” and should they take “legal action?”

Naturally, when a passenger contacts our law firm to inquire about their rights and their ability to seek compensation from Royal Caribbean for the accident, there are a number of questions that we need to ask the passenger.

Our goal in asking these questions is 1) to determine if in fact they do have grounds for an injury claim and 2) what the right course of action should be.

Normally, this conversation with a passenger can happen over the course of 10 – 30 minutes. We’ll ask questions and answer questions and then advise the passenger of what the proper next steps might be.

Injuries that occur due to falls on cruise ships can be just accidents or they can be the result of negligence on part of the cruise line or its employees. Injuries sustained due to falls are commonplace — boats are unsteady, their is water on the deck….or a variety of other reasons may be taken into account.

If you’ve been injured in a fall, it is best to reach out to a law firm to better understand your rights. Your ability to seek compensation for your injuries may very well depend on that call.

Speak with a cruise ship injury lawyer today

At Waks and Barnett, P.A., our lawyers fight the cruise lines, their legal department and the insurance adjusters to help you and your family receive fair compensation for your injuries, your medical bills and your wages for lost time at work.

Please contact us using the form above or call directly at 1-800-905-2891.

Want to learn more about cruise ship injuries before calling us?

We find that some injured cruise ship passengers want to find out more about our firm before contacting us. Here are a few helpful links for you to read.