Tourist International Personal Injury Cases - Sean M. Cleary
A tourist that had an accident on a cruise ship, slipped and fell or suffered medical malpractice and sustained injuries while visiting or traveling in Florida or USA, himself or the family members, can call us for help.
Tourist International Personal Injury Cases Sean M. Cleary
We help tourists with international cases
There are language and lack of contacts issues for a tourist that traveled to Florida or the USA. We are able to assist you and we will secure all medical records and testimonies on your behalf and build your case.
Sean M. Cleary
Among the most intimidating situations, you can face is a catastrophic event causing serious injury while on your vacation visiting another country as a tourist in the USA and specifically Florida state. Finding a reliable personal injury lawyer focused on international cases is difficult.
International cases and experience justify our clients’ confidence
We have proven our ability to advocate for legal rights on behalf of tourists that traveled to America/USA or Florida such as:
Non-U.S.-citizen tourists injured in the United States
U.S. citizens injured overseas on vacation or while on a business trip
At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, we met and overcame the challenge of bringing catastrophic personal injury cases into the U.S. courts for resolution. We strive to make the tourist and their family members familiar with the process and continuously keep them updated. Contact Sean M. Cleary, our international personal injury lawyer, if you need counsel from an attorney who will personally evaluate your case and also take your case if needed.
Injury or death while traveling in the United States?
Whether you or a loved one was visiting the U.S. for a few days or residing in the U.S. for a short or longer period, if you were injured in the U.S. or have lost a loved one in a fatal accident, you have the right to seek compensation regardless of your country of origin, of residence or citizenship status. You have the right to sue and recover financial compensation for an accident that occurred in U.S. caused by the negligence of others or companies that are U.S. based.
Many of our clients sustained injuries during visits to Florida and Miami but also other US destinations.
1. Cases of passengers injured on cruise ships
Food poisoning that resulted in medical intervention after getting the wrong diagnosis or treatment on a cruise ship.
Fractured kneecap, that required the placement of several screws in the knee, due to a slippery floor at a restaurant on the cruise ship.
A foreign passenger fell into an open hatch aboard a cruise ship, seriously injuring his hip.
A woman from another country had her tibia fractured and required surgery after falling when trying to exit from a tender boat to the dock.
A cruise ship passenger from another country suffered fatal injuries after a storm packing high winds and nine-meter waves toppled improperly secured furniture.
A woman died after falling from her balcony and landing several decks below.
A passenger was departing a docked ship, only to slip and fall on the ramp, incurring head, neck, limb and back injuries.
A foreign passenger in one of the organized offshore excursions was injured when a car he was being driven in got into an accident.
2. Cases of tourist clients injured in auto accidents in Florida
Tourist hit by a driver who was arrested at the scene for driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The tourist suffered a broken right heel in the car accident and was transported to a Florida hospital.
An exchange college student suffered a severe foot injury and lost his fingers in an ATV accident while vacationing in Florida.
An American woman traveling abroad on a bus tour was seriously injured due to a bus accident in Egypt.
A foreign national on a tourist visa driving a rental car was seriously injured in a rear-end auto accident, suffering a mild traumatic brain injury.
An exchange student sustained severe orthopedic injuries after being involved in a motor vehicle collision.
A professor from China was driving along the Overseas Highway in Florida when his vehicle flipped over, and he was crushed between the seat and the steering wheel. He spent five days in a coma and can't walk without support.
Canadian family suffered injuries as a result of a van rollover on a Florida highway.
3. Personal injury cases for foreign national clients in Florida
A foreign woman on vacation in Florida broke her femur while exiting a ride at an amusement park.
On her first day in Miami, when exiting a restaurant, a visitor from another country experienced difficulty opening the door and kept pushing until it suddenly opened, causing her to fall down and sustain injuries.
A traveling freelancer from Germany suffered a torn biceps tendon when he was struck by 20 pounds of falling merchandise in a store.
A man visiting Miami was injured in a fall down ungated, poorly lit exterior steps at a commercial establishment resulting in nearly total loss of vision in one eye despite several surgeries.
A 65-year-old woman from Italy was stepping off a curb in a turnaround in a hotel when she was struck by the corner of a car driven by the hotel valet resulting in fractures of the tibia and fibula.
4. Medical malpractice cases for foreign national clients in Florida
An infant should have had a minor surgery on her intestines as soon as she was born but due to a negligent 10 day delay she ended up losing her entire small intestine.
A man treated in Florida sustained burn injuries during laser surgery due to the negligence of medical care providers.
A man from another country died due to misinterpretation of an echocardiogram.
A foreign national traveled to Florida for treatment of back pain and radiculopathy but sustained an injury to his sciatic nerve due to the negligence of an orthopedic surgeon.
5. Cases of tourists assaulted in Florida
An exchange college student was beaten by a classmate and consequently sustained serious injuries to his face which required reconstructive surgery.
A young tourist was the victim of a “road rage” incident, resulting in head and facial injuries which required surgery.
6. Cases of Americans and foreign citizens related to plane crashes in foreign countries
Death of an American tourist killed when the Cessna 185 in which he was traveling crashed over the Nazca Lines in Peru.
Death of a man in a South America commercial jet crash leaving a wife and two adult children.
Deaths of a husband and wife when the plane they were traveling with was shot down while flying over Ukraine.
Wrongful death and personal injuries due to a helicopter crash in Mexico.
Death of three people in a helicopter crash in Bolivia.
Serious injuries suffered by Dutch citizen and one American after an American cargo plane crashed into apartment buildings in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
If you are a tourist or a foreign national who became the victim of similar incidents while visiting the U.S., or if you are a family member that lost someone due to an accident in the U.S., we can file a claim and recover medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, from insurance companies and those responsible. From catastrophic injuries in Florida to serious injuries under a wide range of circumstances around the globe, our mission includes counseling our clients with care and delivering legal counsel that address individual, long-term needs. To consult our attorney about an international personal injury case, please call 305.416.9805 or contact our firm online.