Were You Injured During a Cruise Ship Shore Excursion?

While many cruise ship passengers are content to spend their days relaxing on board, for others, getting off of the boat and exploring new destinations is one of the key reasons for setting sail. Unfortunately, while shore excursions can be great fun and create lasting memories, they can also lead to accidents that result in expensive medical bills and long-term pain and suffering.

Morrow & Sheppard LLP is a maritime injury law firm that is committed to securing just compensation for individuals who have been injured and lost loved ones offshore. Our attorneys have extensive experience in cruise accident cases, and we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients’ losses. A shore excursion accident may ruin your cruise, but it does not have to ruin your life. To learn more, schedule a free consultation today.

Common Types of Cruise Excursion Accidents

Similar to accidents onboard cruise ships, there are a number of ways that passengers can get injured while embarking on shore excursions. Some of the most common types of accidents include:

Compensation Available to Cruise Passengers Injured During Excursions

As with all types of injuries, the compensation available to passengers injured during cruise ship shore excursions depends upon the nature and extent of their physical, financial and emotional harm. Generally speaking, however, injured cruise passengers will often be entitled to compensation for:

Schedule a Free Consultation at Morrow & Sheppard LLP

If you were injured during a cruise ship shore excursion and would like more information about the compensation that may be available, contact Morrow & Sheppard LLP for a free, no-obligation consultation. To speak with a Houston cruise ship accident attorney about your rights, call (800) 489-2216 or inquire online today.

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