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Cruise Ship Accident Attorney Florida

Cruise Line Accident Special Considerations
 

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Cruise Lines have been able to avoid liability for accidents by restricting your access to court.  By purchasing a ticket as a cruise ship passenger you may have agreed to present your claim to the cruise line (called a presentment requirement), bring your claim within a certain amount of time (called a statute of limitations), and bring your case in a certain jurisdiction (called a venue restriction).  We have provided information on the cruise line accident restrictions. You will probably find that the venue restriction on the back of your cruise line ticket requires that you bring your case in the Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida or in the State Courts of the southern Florida.  These courts are located close to our office at 1221 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL  33131.

We have handled these type of cruise line cases and have put together some information for you for cruise ship accidents.

John has also handled all types of personal injury cases including airline accident, car accident, scuba diving, rebreather accident, personal injury, products liability, and general aviation accident litigation. We have put together information for those involved in car accidents , scuba diving accidents , cruise ship, and aircraft accidents. This information only provides basic information - you should contact an attorney as soon as possible if serious personal injury is involved.

Our Florida office is located within the Southern District of Florida at 1221 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131 (305) 766-1448. We also have a Massashusetts' offices at 8 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, MA 02108 and 841 Washington Street, Holliston, MA.  You can contact John at (617) 996-2500 anytime. Or you can send an email to him at oconnell@oapc.com

We have put together pages relating to car accidents, scuba diving accidents, aviation accidents, cruise ship accidents and past cases for your review.

John's practical experience makes a difference in successful case preparation. Unlike a large law firm where inexperienced associates put together a case, John gets involved in all aspects of your case and is available to answer your questions on a daily basis. No unreturned phone calls. No handing your case off to a new associate. You will get the personal service you deserve.



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