The statute of limitations for many cruise injury-related claims is one year from the date of the incident. This means that generally speaking, victims of cruise…Read Full Post
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Yesterday we blogged about filling your cruise ship sexual assault or injury suit in the correct jurisdiction. We mentioned that many of the major cruise companies…Read Full Post
As the clock ticks on the statute of limitations for filing your cruise ship injury or sexual assault case, it is also extremely important that you remember that…Read Full Post
Most cruising worldwide stopped between March and April 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic ravaged across the globe. As authorities realized that not only were cruise…Read Full Post
The cruise industry was supposed to return to operations in the summer. After the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s no-sail order was set to expire in July,…Read Full Post
After a year beset by failed plans to return to operations, the cruise industry has thrown in the towel. The major cruise lines have canceled itineraries through…Read Full Post
The cruise industry largely shut down in March and April 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic began to ravage the world. Cruise ships were hit particularly hard in the early days of the pandemic, with thousands of cruise passengers falling ill and dozens dying.
Though the cruise industry has…Read Full Post
Though the major cruise lines are not currently operating in North America, the statute of limitations for filing cruise injury claims continues to tick. Victims of most cruise injuries, including cruise ship rape and sexual assault, usually must file suit within one year from the date of the…Read Full Post
One of the most commonly reported crimes aboard cruise ships is sexual assault and rape. Cruise crime stats are reported quarterly, and some quarters cruise ship sexual assault reports outnumber all other reports of crimes,…Read Full Post
For years cruise ship travelers and the general public had no idea exactly how much crime was being committed aboard cruise ships. This was because regulations governing the reporting of cruise crime allowed cruise companies to put off reporting the incidences almost indefinitely.
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