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The following is a list of frequent accidents experienced on cruise ships:

  • Slipping on the deck
  • Tripping over a threshold
  • Falling down a staircase
  • Falling overboard
  • Swimming pool or waterslide injuries
  • Injuries sustained on shore excursions
  • Physical or sexual assault by cruise ship staff or another passenger
  • Falling objects
  • Accidents caused by excessive drinking at cruise ship bar

If you have sustained an injury due to any of these accidents, you may be eligible to file a personal injury suit. As in most personal injury cases, the key, decisive factor involves determining negligence for the injury. Negligence is defined as the failure to use reasonable care, which results in an accident and/or injury. A cruise ship staff, or even the company itself, can be considered to have been negligent if they fail to act or behave in a way that reasonably ensures your safety and well-being as a passenger on the cruise ship expedition.