Neck Injury From Cruise Ship Accident?

cruise ship neck injury

Thousands of cruise ship passengers are hurt on their vacations each year.

In fact, at our office in Miami, we receive dozens of calls and emails from hurt passengers each month. For example…

— they fell while cruising with Carnival

— the were injured on a Disney excursion

— their Royal Caribbean tender ride did not go smoothly

Accidents Do Happen

Cruise ships are like small cities — and accidents can happen in a variety of ways.

One of the more common injuries passengers sustain are neck injuries.

Imagine the jolt from a fall on a slippery restaurant floor, or the pain you might encounter tripping over frayed carpet in a dark hallway.

From breaks to herniated disks to pinched nerves, neck injuries can be serious and can impact your quality of life for a long time.

If you’re neck injury stemmed from an accident in which you were not at fault (and believe the cruise ship or the crew members were at fault) — you could have grounds for filing a lawsuit — and could receive compensation for your injuries.

Concerned About Who’s at Fault for Your Neck Injury?

Please note: Each accident on a cruise ship is different and is caused by different factors. For many injured passengers, they just want clarity…

— was it their fault?

— was the cruise line at fault?

— who’s responsible things like the costs of medical care, lost time at work or “pain and suffering” that’s led to a lower quality of life.

Concerned about your neck injury?

For many clients, just making that first call to a cruise accident lawyer can be a big step…but it can provide clarity that is reassuring.

Want to learn more?

You can read about recent cases we’ve filed on behalf of our clients here — RECENT CASES.

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.