We are sounding the alarm. If you were injured aboard a cruise ship in early 2020 there remains only roughly two to three months to file your cruise injury claim.
The general statute of limitation to file your cruise injury claim is one year from the date of the incident. This means that if you do not file suit within one year of your sexual assault or injury the court may bar you from ever filing suit. As cruising came to a standstill in March and April 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, this means that there currently remains just months for victims to file.
The first step to filing your cruise injury claim is to schedule a no-cost consultation with an experienced cruise injury attorney. At Hickey Law Firm, P.A. we are currently meeting with clients over live video conference as a response to the pandemic. During your consultation, we will evaluate your case and inform you of your legal options.
Inexplicably, people sometimes wait until the last minute to file their cruise injury claims. If you have suffered an injury or sexual assault aboard a cruise ship or on a cruise excursion, do not wait. Contact us now for a case evaluation.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury aboard a cruise ship or during a cruise excursion, contact us today. We will lead you on the journey to justice. We will show you the way. We will explain the process, what we have done, and what we will do. Take our hand and walk with us. We have a team ready for you now.
Attorney John H. (Jack) Hickey and his team handle a wide range of cases, including but not limited to cruise ship accidents, admiralty and maritime accident cases, medical malpractice, wrongful death, premises liability, railroad accidents and car accidents. We represent victims from all over the nation, the world and the state of Florida.