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If the injured party can prove that the cruise line or crew failed to exercise reasonable care, the injured party may be entitled to compensation. Compensation depends on the cause of the incident, prerequisites stated on the ticket or in the contract with the cruise line and the severity of injuries.
If the injured party can prove that the cruise line or crew failed to exercise care that a reasonable party would have (or that in the circumstances the law requires for the protection of other persons or the interests of other persons) the injured party may be entitled to compensation. Each case is singular in terms of the type of physical and emotional trauma and incidental financial losses suffered. Moreover, entitlement for compensation depends on:
If an injured party has suffered due to negligent behavior, he or she has the right to be compensated for physical or emotional injury and harm to his or her property and/or financial status. If you have been the victim of a cruise accident, contact Mr. Cleary and find out about your chances for a valid claim.
In case serious personal injuries occur onboard a cruise ship, it is important to know what exactly needs to be done. Passengers are advised to: