Cruise Ship Accident Lawyers
Millions of people take cruises and casino boats throughout the year. Unfortunately, many innocent adults and children are also seriously injured while offshore. If you or a loved one has been injured or killed on a cruise line, casino ship or casino river boat, it is important that you contact experienced, board – certified personal injury trial attorneys as soon as possible after your return home. Waiting too long can cause your claim to be lost by the statute of limitations. Michael P. Fleming, former Harris County Attorney, is board certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization .
Causes of action for injuries on a cruise ship, casino ship and casino river boat can have shorter statutes of limitations than in other cases. This means that you have a shorter time to bring your claim. If you miss the deadline, you will not be able to seek damages for your injuries and losses. Therefore, it is important to contact Michael P. Fleming & Associates, P.C. as soon as possible after your trip. It is also important to assemble and preserve your cruise documents such as your tickets and other papers related to the voyage.
A claim for injuries on a cruise ship may be brought by crew members as well as passengers. Some common incidents resulting in injuries to cruise ship passengers include:
- Slip & Falls
- Stairway Falls
- Gangway Falls
- Tender Falls
- Medical Negligence of Cruise Medical Staff
- Assaults by Crew members
- Assaults by other passengers
- Injuries sustained by children in the cruise camps
Michael P. Fleming & Associates is rated AV (highest) by Martindale – Hubbell. Mr. Fleming has been recognized as Texas Super Lawyers for a number of years. Their firm has been featured in H-Texas Magazine’s Top Attorneys in Houston issue. Michael P. Fleming is also one of the very small percentage of attorneys in the country to have argued and won a case before the Supreme Court of the United States of America.
Email Michael P. Fleming now with your questions regarding cruise ship accidents and injuries.