Cruise Ship Accidents and Personal Injuries
Maritime or Admiralty Personal Injury Attorneys represent those injured and/or hurt on cruise ships and other types of merchant vessels; both crew members and seaman as well as passengers.
Cruise ship accidents can include personal injuries caused by the negligence on the part of your employer, crew members or passengers, assault by a crew member or other passengers, sexual battery, food poisoning, slip, trip and falls or even wrongful death.
Our services stand apart, simply said, because we care. Sotolongo Law extends a hand and provides legal representation to clients from around the world. Our professional and experienced team, which includes a former seaman of 13 years, will work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for your case and give you peace of mind during such difficult times.
Our office is located in Miami, Florida but our services extend throughout the U.S. as well as other parts of the world.
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