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Injured on a P&O Cruises vessel? An experienced P&O Cruises injury lawyer at Brais Law is ready to review your case through an initial review that is free of charge to determine if and how we can help. 

P&O Cruises was founded in 1977 as a subsidiary of the shipping company P&O. The company is a British cruise line that is based out of Carnival House in Southampton England. P&O Cruises is operated by Carnival UK and is owned by Carnival Corporation & PLC. 

P&O Cruises operates the following ships: 

  • Arcadia 
  • Arvia 
  • Aurora 
  • Azura 
  • Iona
  • Britannia 
  • Ventura 

The legal notices that apply to your time spent on a P&O Cruises vessel are very comprehensive. When purchasing tickets, the terms and conditions explicitly state, “Please read them carefully as you will be legally bound by them whether you have read them or not.” Oftentimes, cruise passengers do not take the time to consider the complex legal documentation they are presented within the terms and conditions, and this can harm your ability to bring a simple claim to recover damages for your injuries. 

In What Court Do I Need to File My Claim? 

When the cruise ship you were injured on is owned and operated by a foreign company like Carnival UK, the court and laws that apply to your injury can vary. The best way to ensure that the proper laws, statutes, and case precedents are applied to your claim is to work with an experienced maritime lawyer

Why Do I Need a P&O Cruises Injury Lawyer? 

Determining what laws to apply to your P&O Cruises injury and how to process your claim most effectively can be a difficult process. Without an understanding of how similar cases were processed, it can be a learning curve that is impossible to master in time to file your claim within the time allowed. Working with a skilled cruise injury lawyer from Brais Law puts our decades of combined experience winning over $60 million on behalf of our clients to work your claim. 

Discuss Your P&O Cruises Injury with a Cruise Ship Injury Lawyer

Reach out to us over the phone at 800-499-0551, or visit our site to schedule your free consultation. Your initial case review is both risk-free and cost-free, and we only get paid if we win on your case. 

During the initial discussion, we’ll collect information to determine if you have a case that we can assist with. Once we have made such a determination, we will take over the entire process, which will include gathering evidence to prove your damages, drafting and filing your claim, and negotiating the best settlement or court outcome possible. Do not hesitate to contact our office right away to discuss the particulars of your situation.


Who will be handling my case?

Your case will be handled by an experienced personal injury attorney who knows what it takes to get the results you deserve. The practitioners at our firm have over 70 years of collective trial experience. Our credentials and qualifications are extensive, including an “AV” Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell and membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. More importantly, we have a first-hand understanding of how insurance carriers operate because we represented clients insured with major insurance companies for nearly 20 years before we made a choice to change sides so that we could help the people who need us most – individuals just like you.

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