Seabourn Cruise Line Claims
Accidents can result in significant injuries or even death on a Seabourn Cruise Line ship. If you are injured as a passenger on a cruise ship, your claim likely will be governed by maritime law. Maritime law is an intricate body of law that includes federal and state statutes, along with conventions and treaties. General maritime law was developed from the maritime jurisprudence of federal courts, and it combines common law rules with rules drawn from both federal and state sources.
Our firm handles claims arising out of many kinds of injuries, including fractures, separated shoulders, closed head trauma, traumatic brain injuries, herniated discs, and sexual assaults. If you are a passenger who sustained medical expenses and lost wages as a result of your injuries on a cruise ship, and the cruise ship is responsible for those injuries, you may be able to hold it liable.