Holland America Cruise Injuries
Holland America Cruise Line Ship Injury Lawyers
Holland America Cruise Line is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Almost all passenger tickets with Holland America contain a clause which require persons injured aboard their vessels to file suit in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington within one year of the date of their injury. Failure to comply with this provision of the cruise ticket may result in your case being dismissed. If you have been injured aboard a Holland America ship, it is very important that you check your cruise ticket and understand any limitations it may contain.
If you have been seriously injured aboard a Holland America cruise ship, you should contact an experienced maritime lawyer to assist you with your claim as soon as possible after your accident. An experienced maritime lawyer can assist you in investigating your accident and making sure that evidence that is important to proving your claim is preserved. Holland America Cruise Line owes their a passengers a duty to provide them a reasonably safe vessel, and to use reasonable care to protect their passengers from injury. Many accidents aboard cruise ships involve negligent construction and maintenance of equipment, failure to warn passengers of known dangers, and negligence of the ship’s crew.
The maritime lawyers at Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC are some of the most experienced maritime personal injury lawyers in the Nation. They know how accidents aboard ships happen, and understand how those accidents could have been prevented. Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC does not represent Holland America Cruise Line or their insurance carriers. They are always on the side of the injury victim, and are dedicated to getting their clients fair and reasonable compensation for their maritime injuries. Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC accept cases involving serious personal injury or death aboard cruise ships. Contact Stacey & Jacobsen, PLLC for a free initial consultation about your rights to compensation under Federal Maritime Law.