Yes. Most of the cruise ship passengers that embark on cruises within the State of Florida are from other areas. You can still sue a cruise line in Florida even if you live in another state or country. In fact, most cruise ships require you to sue in a Florida court.
The statute of limitations is typically one (1) year or shorter if you sue for injuries aboard a cruise ship. In some instances, it can be as little as 6 months! This is very important because if you do not file a lawsuit within that time, your claim will be forever barred. You should read your ticket and rules which accompany your cruise ship ticket to determine the statute of limitations for your case.
Of course. Cruise lines are in business to make money. Just because you were injured aboard a cruise and make a claim does not mean that you are banned from going on another cruise. Even if we settle your case, you will still be allowed to go on another cruise with the same cruise line.
Yes. Most of our clients who were injured on a cruise live out of state. There is no problem with seeing a doctor out of state. We will gather the medical records from your doctor and submit them to the insurance company for the cruise line without any issue.