What constitutes a Cruise Ship Injury
Were you physically harmed, molested, harassed or raped inside a cruise ship? Does a cruise ship crew member hurt you or caused you any inconvenience? Did an injury happened to you while you are a passenger of a cruise ship? Know your rights and find out what constitutes a cruise ship injury according to the law.
In the most recent studies, 1 out of 4 passengers in a cruise ship experienced sexual assault, molestation or harassment from a crew member of the ship. This means that in a hundred passengers for every cruise, there is an average of 25 people who have the right to file a claim from the cruise ship company.
But this number is very far from the number who are actually filing a claim. This is because few people don’t know what constitutes a cruise ship injury. These sexual harassments committed to the passengers by crew members is under cruise ship injury.
When you are aboard a cruise ship, the law states that the cruise ship company has the responsibility to make sure that you are protected from any harm from their servants and crew members. It is the duty of the company to ensure that you have a safe journey while on their ship. That is why anything bad that happened to you during while you are onboard is the responsibility of the cruise ship company.
Knowing your rights before boarding a cruise ship will help you feel empowered and relaxed during your vacation cruise.