Injured while on a Mediterranean Shipping Cruises USA (MSC USA) vessel? The Mediterranean Shipping Cruises USA injury lawyers at Brais Law can help you collect the full compensation you deserve for your injuries and their associated costs and damages.
Mediterranean Shipping Cruises USA says it has over 300 years at sea, with extensive experience helping passengers enjoy “the best-kept secrets in each new destination.” The company was founded in 1675 by the Aponte Family in Naples and is currently based out of Fort Lauderdale, FL. The company entered the cruise arena in 1988, and after a 5.5 billion Euro investment between 2003-2013, it established the most modern cruise fleet on the planet. The adventures of MSC USA are provided for by the “experienced crewmembers” of the company, which has a stated focus on providing a unique experience with top-notch hospitality.
While this may be the goal, when a passenger or crewmember is injured, the position of the cruise line shifts to that of a defendant seeking to minimize costs.
MSC owns and operates the following vessels:
- MSC World Europa
- MSC Virtuosa
- MSC Meraviglia
- MSC Bellissima
- MSC Euribia
When you are injured on one of these cruise ships, MSC USA’s focus on hospitality is irrelevant, as you’ll be going up against the insurance company paid by MSC USA to insulate them from liability for the risks faced by passengers and crewmembers onboard.