Cruise Ship Accident Claims

If you have been injured or taken ill while holidaying or working on a cruise ship, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation if the injury or illness was due to someone else’s negligence.

There is absolutely no risk when it comes to making a claim through YouClaim. Our solicitors work on a no win, no fee basis and we protect you from all costs in the event that your case is unsuccessful. This means you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by making a claim with us.

To start your claim now, call us on 0800 10 757 95. Alternatively, fill in our online claims form or use our live chat function to let us know a suitable time to get back to you.

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About cruise ship accidents

Thousands of people choose to go on cruise ships for a holiday at any time of year, but unfortunately, many have their holidays ruined by an injury or illness on board. Some of the most frequently seen injuries and illnesses that happen on cruise ships include:

  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Food poisoning
  • Bacterial infection
  • Sports or exercise injuries during on-ship activities

Who is responsible?

If you have been injured on a cruise ship due to the negligence of someone else, you are entitled to make a claim. Depending upon the circumstances of your accident, it will either be made against the tour operator with whom you booked the holiday or against the cruise ship company itself.

How YouClaim can help

We help people who have been injured or fallen ill through no fault of their own to make a claim for compensation. We are happy to provide a free assessment and free legal advice to anyone that has been injured on a cruise ship. Our solicitors are very experienced in handling claims that relate to cruise ships and will provide the very best representation possible.

Get started today

To make a cruise ship accident claim, contact us either by calling 0800 10 757 95, by filling in our online claim form or by speaking to us via our live chat function.