Attorneys Representing Cruise Ship Workers
Cruise ships are close to paradise for vacationers; so cruise ship operators feel free to tout the safety and relative ease in performing the duties that cruise ship jobs involve.
Cruise liner jobs, however, are not what cruise ship operators advertise. Cruise ship work is, in fact, often physically strenuous and dangerous. For instance, crew members:
- Can be exposed to the risk of falling down/being injured in a slip-and-fall accident
- Suffering back and spine injuries from walking up and down stairs, and from lifting and carrying
- May face assault from fellow employees and from passengers
- Can be injured from dangerous or defective machinery and tools
- May be injured by food poisoning or exposure to dangerous substances
If you were injured while being employed on a cruise ship, contact the cruise ship worker injury attorneys of Spagnoletti Law Firm. Our lawyers have represented dozens of American and foreign cruise ship workers injured while working on domestic and foreign ships. Additionally, we have handled cases via arbitration and litigation in the U.S. and in Monaco, and other countries.
Handling Cruise Ship Injury Claims For More Than Combined Decades
Cruise ship employees face many of the same risks and dangers encountered by other maritime workers. We are prepared to fully investigate your case and pursue compensation for your injury, ranging from strained and broken muscles and bones to catastrophic burns, head injuries and loss of limb. For more information, please contact us online or at 713-804-9306 or 877-678-5864.