What You Need to Know about Proving Negligence

When you are injured because of someone else’s carelessness or wrongdoing, a very natural response is the desire to be compensated for your pain, inconvenience, and distress. Especially when you are injured during the course of a cruise venture, you’re likely to want to hold the cruise line accountable for its actions. The task of… read more

I was Hurt on a Cruise — Now What?

With more than 20 million passengers aboard cruise ships annually, the cruise industry is booming. Each year, cruise lines bring in a combined $37.85 billion in revenue, and 60 percent of all cruise passengers originate in North America. Given these astounding figures, it’s very likely that you or someone you know has recently been on… read more

A Closer Look at Maritime Law

As a resident of Florida or any other coastal state, you might have heard the term “maritime law” or “admiralty law” on television or on the radio and wondered exactly what it means. However, if you have been unlucky enough to have suffered some kind of injury or property damage at sea, you are likely… read more