Our office regularly handles lawsuits and claims on behalf of cruise ship passengers who were injured on a ship operated by Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL).
Many people suffer injuries on cruise ships. Some are caused by the negligence of the crew or the design of the ship. Many people fall when getting on or off cruise ships, or going up or down stairs. Others are injured in their stateroom, on the deck of the ship or in the pool on board the ship. Some people become ill on board a cruise, either from the food or an outbreak of a preventable illness.
Norwegian Cruise Line operates these cruise ships:
Norwegian Pride of America
If you were injured aboard a Norwegian Cruise Line ship, you must file a lawsuit against the cruise line within one year of the date on which you were injured. The lawsuit must be filed in the United States District Court in Miami, Florida. There are other required actions before you can file a lawsuit.
You should consult with an experienced cruise ship injury lawyer right away, or you may lose your right to pursue a claim in court. Suing cruise lines is a unique area of the law. Our office has the experience to represent you in your case. Steven Meyer is an experienced cruise ship injury lawyer and The Florida Bar has designated him as an expert in civil trial law. Only lawyers who are board certified are permitted to call themselves experts or specialists in that field.
We offer a free consultation. There is no obligation. Please call us today if you have been injured on board a Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) ship. There is no time to waste.
The United States District Courthouse in Miami