Virgin Voyages Accidents

Vacations are meant to be filled with fun and recreation, but injuries can put an end to the fun and lead to substantial costs and related damages. If you have been injured while on a Virgin Voyages vessel, a cruise ship injury attorney at Brais Law is available to help. 

Virgin Voyages has its headquarters in Plantation, Florida, and is a joint venture between Bain Capital and Virgin Group. As recently as April of 2022, Virgin Voyages had two ships in its fleet, with two additional ships on the way. Each ship has a capacity of about 2,700 passengers.

Virgin Voyages owns and operates the following ships:

  • Scarlet Lady
  • Valiant Lady

Virgin Voyages is an adults-only cruise line with a focus on entertainment and hospitality. The focus on adult entertainment also includes alcohol, which can increase the likelihood that passengers and crew members alike may be injured. While customer service is a prime focus of Virgin Voyages, if you are harmed on one of their vessels, you’ll be dealing not with their customer service department but rather their insurance provider.

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In What Court Do I Need to File My Claim Against Virgin Voyages?

Given that Virgin Voyages is located in Plantation, Florida, you’ll need to file your claim in the Federal Court in the Southern District of Florida, which is held in Fort Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Key West, Miami, and West Palm Beach. Collecting compensation for your Virgin Voyages injury may come from their insurance company, but if that does not work out, a lawsuit is necessary to recover damages.

Can I Settle My Injury Claim Without the Help of an Attorney?

It is possible to collect compensation for your cruise ship injury without the assistance of an attorney.

However, it is difficult to accurately and completely measure the damages linked to your injuries, collect evidence to prove them, incorporate them into an insurance claim or lawsuit that is filed within the time allowed, and then negotiate the best possible outcome.

Having an experienced Virgin Voyages injury lawyer from Brais Law on the case means that the entire process is handled on your behalf so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries. We begin with a risk-free, cost-free consultation. From there, if we take your case, we’ll help you gather the evidence you need to completely measure your short- and long-term damages, then put together a strong case to help you recover appropriate compensation.

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Connect with Brais Law for Help with Your Virgin Voyages Injury Claim

Connecting with an attorney as soon as possible following your Virgin Voyages injury will help you achieve the best outcome in your claim or case. The sooner you begin, the better the quality of evidence will be and you will help ensure the timeliness of your claim. Reach out to us over the phone at 800-499-0551, or visit our site to schedule your free consultation.

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