Cruise Ship Accidents on Tender Boats
If you’ve been injured while travelling on a cruise ship tender boat, determining who is responsible may be tricky, as the tender boat may not necessarily be run by the cruise ship operator.
If you have suffered from any of these examples, then there is a high chance you will be able to claim compensation. However, there are steps you need to take to ensure that you are properly compensated.
Whilst on a ferry, the crew has a duty of care to all their passengers; to make a claim, you must be able to show that a breach of duty has resulted in your injury or illness. If you slip where there is no wet floor sign for example, it is important for you to document what has gone wrong (such as taking pictures), to show that something could have been done to prevent your accident.
You need to demonstrate how the accident has impacted you. If you have paid for treatment for your injuries or illness, or had to take time off work, then it is important that you keep record of this. You may be entitled to compensation for any loss of earnings incurred because of your injuries.
Contact our specialist personal injury solicitors who will be able to guide you through the process and provide you with a Free, No obligation case Assessment.
From the date that the accident occurred, you may have as little as two years to make your claim. Therefore, it is essential that you get in touch with a personal injury lawyer as soon as you can.
If you believe you are entitled to compensation from an accident on a ferry, then get in touch with one of our Personal Injury Solicitors today. We can provide you with the right support, information and ensure that you are properly compensated.
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