Verdicts & Settlements of Cruise Ship Injury Cases

On the following pages you will find some of the firm’s verdicts and settlements. This is not a complete listing of the firm’s work but is rather intended to give you an idea of cases we have handled in the past.

Simpson vs NCL :

$9.46 Million

Borcea vs Carnival Corporation :

$6.25 million
45 year old crewmember

Prazeres vs Princess :

$4.25 million

* Baddi vs Cunard :

$xx.xx million

Hyo Sun Yoo vs Princess :

$3 million

* Multi-Million Dollar Victories Cannot Be Published Because The Big Four Major Cruise Lines Do Not Want Other Crew Members To Find Out.

No other law firms have achieved the highest level of legal performances representing our clients.

Cruise Ship Passenger Injury Lawyer & Maritime Law Attorney

Choosing the Right Attorney

Cruise Ship AttorneyThe Crewmember & Maritime Advocacy Center serving Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade County has nearly 25 years of experience in maritime personal injury and commercial litigation law. Our team of cruise ship lawyers that make up our team have successfully and aggressively litigated some of the largest maritime personal injury cases in Florida. At Crewmember & Maritime Advocacy Center, there is no such a thing as a “small case.” We treat every client as if he or she is our only client, investing maximum effort and personal attention to achieve the highest level of legal performance possible.
The Crewmember & Maritime Advocacy Center is ready to provide you and your loved ones with an outstanding cruise ship attorney in your personal injury case. Our bilingual lawyers handle claims relating to all aspects of maritime personal injury, including wrongful death, medical malpractice, sexual assault and wage disputes. Offering diligent legal representation, the personal injury lawyers that make up our law firm are dedicated to providing clients with professional excellence and ethical counsel in the pursuit of legal justice.


Choosing the Right Maritime Attorney

Finding an attorney is easy. Finding the right cruise ship attorney might be a little tougher.

First and foremost, you need to make sure the attorney you hire has the relevant to “cruise ship” experience. Make sure the attorneys you are considering specialize in Jones Act Plaintiff’s litigation work. Your cruise ship attorney needs to know the ins and outs of the law that governs your specific problem.

A general civil personal injury litigator will not have the background or experience to be able to anticipate or prepare for the cruise line or cargo vessel defense strategies and prove costly to your case.
Ask your cruise ship lawyers to cite cases which he has handled that resemble your case. Ask questions.


Cruise Ship lawyers need to be carefully chosen or things could go very wrong for you. Here are a few questions that may be helpful to find relevant & excellent cruise ship MARINE attorneys:

Have you had experience with representing crew members or passengers against the cruise lines before? How recently? How often? What was involved? What percentage of your practice is devoted to these kinds of cases?

Will you actually be working on my case? In what way? Will any other persons be doing work on my case? What will they do?

Will you talk to me in plain English when I do not understand “legalese”?

Will you allow me access to my case file at your office?

What are the strengths and weaknesses of my case?

What would you advise me to do about my situation?

Can a timetable be set for my case?

If I hire you, what will you be doing for me, and when and how will we get back in touch with each other?

Is there a statute of limitations, or legal deadline in my case that we must be careful not to miss?

Contact the Florida Bar and ask them if your attorney has had any complaints filed against them by a former client.
At CAC, our cruise ship attorneys will handle your case on a contingent fee basis. This means that if your suit is successful, we receive a percentage as permitted by the Florida Bar which governs lawyers. If we are not successful, we may but never have in the past recover only expenses incurred by our office. A WRITTEN FEE AGREEMENT IS REQUIRED and should read over carefully with your cruise ship lawyer before signing it if you have any questions.


Cruise Ship Attorney

If you are ready to speak to a cruise ship attorney now, please call our maritime attorney firm directly. You can also fill out the form on the left  and a  very personable, very experience cruise ship attorney will get in touch with you in less than 1 house.