Sea accident claims


Going on a cruise is supposed to be an exciting event, but that can quickly change in the event of an accident.

While the operators of such vessels as cruise ships undergo rigorous training and extensive safety briefings to ensure the wellbeing of everyone on board, accidents can still happen and innocent people can be hurt.

Whether it was on board a ferry, a cruise liner or any other boat, if you’ve been injured at sea within the past two years, you could be entitled to claim financial compensation.

Know where you stand

If you’ve been injured on a cruise and want to know where you stand when it comes to sea accident claims, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline.

For over fourteen years, we have been the leading name in personal injury claims throughout the UK. Our experience has enabled us to handle a wide variety of cases, and help award over £30 million a year to those who are entitled. The law states that if you’ve been injured as a result of someone’s negligence, you are within your rights to make a claim.

We can help you maximise the chances of a successful payout as well as the amount you receive, and can do so in a way that minimises distress and inconvenience to you.

There are many ways that you can be hurt on board a commercial vessel. From slips and falls to accidents disembarking, emergency evacuations and even sinking, there are many ways that you can be put in danger and injured through absolutely no fault of your own. If this has happened to you, don’t just settle for living with the horrible memories and painful injuries. Take action, and put things right with a compensation cheque.

When it comes to paying for a personal injury lawyer to handle sea accident claims, Accident Advice Helpline solicitors operate on a No Win, No Fee* basis. This means there is nothing payable upfront to get started, and nothing to pay at all unless your case has a successful outcome. We are completely dedicated to helping those that have been hurt through no fault of their own receive the compensation they are due, and can fight tirelessly to ensure you get the outcome you deserve after filing a compensation claim.

Contact us to learn more about sea accident claims

To find out how much you could be owed after an accident at sea, use our thirty-second claims calculator. By entering some basic information, you can be looking at a rough quote almost instantly.

Then to act on this quote and actively pursue compensation, call the claims experts at Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 for all the information you will need about sea accident claims.

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