Cruise Ships Slip and Fall Accidents Lawyer - Sean M. Cleary

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How Can We Help You After a Cruise Ship Accident?

At our office, we represent clients injured in cruise ship accidents in Florida waters and around the world.

Sean M. Cleary

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Slip and Fall Injury on a Cruise Ship

A was on a cruise and on the last day I slip on the wet floor and fell. I broke my ankle and my hip, and I needed to undergo surgery.

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Cruise Ships Slip and Fall Accidents

South Florida's famed resorts and beautiful ocean liners attract numerous visitors from all over the world. It is estimated that more than 20 million guests come to Miami, the Florida Keys, and other South Florida tourist locales every year. Florida's endless sunshine and pristine waters promise unforgettable recreation, relaxation, and fun. However, sometimes sudden worries destroy this idyllic picture as tourists become victims of resort accidents or are injured on cruise ships.


Common Slip Fall Accidents Questions

What If the Insurance Company of a Miami Shopping Center Wants a Statement After I Slipped and Fell? »

If the insurance company of a Miami shopping center where you slipped and fell asks for your statement you must not give them one. It is crucial never to give statements to insurance companies without an attorney advising you. Insurance companies will attempt to maximize your fault and minimize that of the business where the incident occurred, to pay no compensation or the minimum compensation required. With the help of an attorney, you can receive fair compensation.

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How to Win a Slip and Fall Accident Case? »

In order to win a slip and fall settlement, you need to prove that the owner of the property where the incident happened is guilty of creating the dangerous condition that led to the incident, of being aware of the situation, and of failing to act upon this knowledge, thus creating favorable conditions for your injuries to happen.

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