Long Beach Cruise Ship Lawyer
If you were injured on a cruise ship that sailed from Long Beach then you should speak with a Long Beach cruise ship accident attorney as soon as possible. Considering the fact that Carnival operates and owns the cruise terminal at Long Beach, the odds are if you were injured on a cruise ship from Long Beach it was one of the Carnival ships.
The Miami cruise ship injury attorneys at Gerson & Schwartz have long represented many clients in their personal injury claims against Carnival. In fact, our personal injury attorneys have more than 80 years of experience representing cruise ship injury victims.
We can put that knowledge and experience to work for you and your family. In fact, we can tell you the first two things that we need to discuss on your first call. First is a legal concept called the statute of limitations. What that means is that the law places a time limit in which you can bring certain types of lawsuits.
Generally, the statute of limitations for cruise ship accidents and injuries is one year. The second issue we will discuss in your first call is what is referred to as forum selection meaning where you can file your lawsuit. In most cases, the conditions and terms on your cruise ship ticket dictate that if you want to file a lawsuit for your injury and damages, then you have already agreed to file suit in federal court in Miami.
So as you can see, you will likely have one year to file your lawsuit. If you need to file a lawsuit will most likely be in federal court in Miami. That is why our Miami cruise ship accident lawyers can help you even if you were injured on a Carnival cruise that sailed out of the Port of Long Beach. Contact us today for your confidential consultation at (877) 475-2905.Port of Long Beach
The Port of Long Beach was founded in 1911. Eight hundred acres of mudflats at the mouth of Los Angeles River was the basis for its foundation. The first board of commissioners was formed in 1917 in order to supervise harbor operations. Due to the booming economy Long Beach voters approved $5 million to improve the inner and outer harbor in 1924.
By 1926, more than one million tons of cargo went through the port, and additional piers were built to accommodate the additional business. The Port was expanded exponentially after the 1932 discovery of the Wilmington Oil Field which was fourth largest oil field in the United States.
Much of the field was under Long Beach and the Harbor itself. The expansion was not just a move to find more oil, but to accommodate the sudden immense output of oil that was to be exported through the Port of Long Beach.
By 1946, the port was established as “America’s most modern port” with the completion of the first of nine clear span transit sheds including the ultimate completion of Pier E and expansion of Pier B in 1949.
In the late 1990s and through 2011, the Long Beach Port gained increased traffic after leasing many of its now numerous terminals. In 1997 approximately one million containers were inbound, and by 2005 this number had tripled to nearly 3.3 million containers. The Port’s annual tonnage is 78.2 million, with an annual container volume of 6.73 million units.Port of Long Beach Cruises
Carnival Corporation owns and operates the Long Beach Cruise Terminal. Most of the Carnival cruises setting sail from Los Angeles leave from the Long Beach Cruise Terminal. If you were a family member were injured on any of the Carnival cruise ships sailing from the Port of Long Beach, then you should call the Long Beach cruise ship accident lawyers at Gerson & Schwartz in Miami. Contact us today at for a free consultation at (877) 475-2905.Long Beach Cruise Ship Attorneys in Miami
Our Long Beach Cruise Ship Accident Attorneys have the necessary experience to file lawsuits for individuals who may have been seriously injured on any cruise ship that originated at the Port of Long Beach. Our Long Beach cruise ship injury attorneys in Miami represent injury victims from throughout California who were injured on cruise ships that have set sail from:
- Port Canaveral, FL
- Honolulu, HI
- Seattle, WA
- Miami, FL
- Vancouver, BC, Canada
- New York, NY
- Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Norfolk, VA
- Jacksonville, FL
- San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Baltimore, MD
- Galveston, TX
- New Orleans, LA
- Tampa, FL
- Charleston, SC
Over the years, our Long Beach cruise ship lawyers have sued most major cruise lines on behalf of cruise ship accident and injury victims.
Our Long Beach cruise ship accident attorneys have a thorough understanding of what to do to help you achieve justice. If you were injured in any way on any Long Beach cruise ship, we can fight for you against the responsible cruise line. If the cruise line is not make reasonable offer to settle, our Long Beach cruise ship injury lawyers will file a lawsuit on your behalf in federal court in Miami. If necessary, we will also go to trial for you.Representing Long Beach Cruise Ship Injury Victims
Our lawyers can represent passengers, customers and crew members who may have been injured in any way on a Long Beach cruise ship including:
- Sexual Harassment on Long Beach Cruise Ships
- Missing Persons from Long Beach Cruise Ships
- Trip and Fall Accidents on Long Beach Cruise Ships
- Injuries to Long Beach California Cruise Ship Crew Members
- Slip and Fall Cruise Ship Accidents in Long Beach
- Norovirus Illnesses on Long Beach California Cruise Ships
- Negligent Cruise Ship Security in Long Beach
- Long Beach California Cruise Ship Drowning and Wrongful Death
- Medical Negligence on Long Beach California Cruise Ships
- Private Excursion Accidents from Long Beach Cruise Ships
- Long Beach California Cruise Ship Sexual Assaults or Rapes
- Shore Excursion Accidents involving Long Beach Cruise Ships
As Long Beach cruise ship accident lawyers, our mission is to hold the cruise lines operators accountable for the damages they caused and which were sustained by our injured clients. We can answer your questions if you call us for a free and confidential consultation.
The Long Beach cruise ship accident lawyers at Gerson & Schwartz, PA are located in Miami close to the Port of Miami and the federal court. Our lawyers are licensed to practice in the state of Florida and in federal courts. All cruise ship accident cases are handled on a contingent fee basis and that means there are no attorney fees owed unless we make a recovery for you.
Contact us today at for a consultation at (877) 475-2905.