San Diego Cruise Ship Lawyer
Are you aware that if you were hurt on a cruise that sailed out of San Diego he will likely be forced to file a lawsuit in Miami if you want to get your lost wages, medical bills, and any other damages paid? Specifically, you will likely need to file a lawsuit for your cruise ship accident in Miami federal court. Furthermore, you likely have only one year to file your lawsuit.
As you can see, pursuing a claim for cruise ship injuries can be complicated. That is specifically the reason that you should immediately contact a San Diego cruise ship accident lawyer if you were injured as a crew member or passenger on a port of San Diego cruise ship.
The San Diego cruise ship accident lawyers at the Miami law firm of Gerson & Schwartz can help you immediately because we know what to do to help cruise ship injury victims from San Diego. We offer free consultations and in your first phone call we can advise you on how long you have to file a lawsuit and where it needs to be filed. Just call us at 1-877-475-2905 and let us answer your questions.Port of San Diego
San Diego’s port district was created in 1962, the citizens approving more than $10 million later in 1964 for improvements to the district adding an air terminal and the construction of a new cargo terminal.
The first cruise ships offered scheduled cruises out of San Diego in 1970 making 10 day trips to Mexico. Later on in 1983 the San Diego Industry Consortium was formed for the purpose of promoting San Diego as a cruise destination.
Three years later, the B Street Pier Cruise ship Terminal was officially dedicated to this endeavor, with more than 25,000 passengers embarking and disembarking from the terminal. The importation of vehicles by the Pasha Group at the National City Marine terminal began in 1990, with a total of 15,589 vehicle units imported that first year alone.
Presently the Port imports more than 390,000 vehicles annually. Later in 2001, the Port’s Board of Commissioners announced a 20 year lease with the Dole Food Company. This marked the port’s entry into refrigerated containerized cargo shipments, which now ships out 1.8 billion pounds of bananas annually. The Port of San Diego’s vision statement is “To foster a world-class port through excellence in public service”. The Port of San Diego is the fourth largest port of the eleven ports in California.
The following cruise lines use the Port of San Diego:
- Azamara Cruises
- Celebrity Cruises
- Costa Cruises
- Crystal Cruises
- Holland America
- Norwegian Cruise Line
- Oceania Cruises
- P & O Cruises
- Princess Cruises
- Regent Seven Sea
- Royal Caribbean
- Silver Sea Cruises
Our Florida Cruise Ship Accident Lawyers have the requisite experience to file lawsuits and claims for cruise ship passengers who may have been seriously injured on ships that launched from Port of San Diego or any other port. Our San Diego cruise ship accident attorneys in Miami represent cruise ship injury victims from San Diego who were seriously hurt on cruise ships that launched from:
- New York, NY
- Seattle, WA
- Baltimore, MD
- San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Miami, FL
- Vancouver, BC, Canada
- New Orleans, LA
- Norfolk, VA
- Port Canaveral, FL
- Galveston, TX
- Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Charleston, SC
- Los Angeles, CA
- Tampa, FL
- Jacksonville, FL
- Honolulu, HI
Our personal injury lawyers represent cruise ship crew and passengers who were seriously injured in all types of cruise ship accidents including:
- San Diego Cruise Ship Sexual Harassment
- Slip and Fall Accidents on San Diego Cruise Ship
- San Diego Cruise Ship Medical Negligence
- Port of San Diego Cruise Ship Missing Persons
- San Diego Cruise Ship Rapes or Sexual Assaults
- Drowning and Wrongful Death involving Port of San Diego Cruise Ships
- Trip and Fall Accidents on San Diego Cruise Ships and Gangways
- Norovirus Illnesses on Port of San Diego Cruise Ships
- Negligent Cruise Ship Security on San Diego Cruise Ships
- Private Excursion Accidents from San Diego Cruise Ships
- Cruise Ship Crew Members Accidents and Injuries at Port of San Diego
The cruise ship accident attorneys at Gerson & Schwartz, PA are licensed to practice in federal court and throughout the state of Florida. Our cruise ship accident law firm in Miami has established strategic relationships with law firms in nearly all jurisdictions. Our San Diego cruise ship accident lawyers are located in Miami near the Port of Miami and the corporate headquarters of many major cruise lines.
Our San Diego cruise ship attorneys have more than 80 years of combined experience in representing injured people and families in cruise ship accidents, maritime claims and wrongful death claims. All of our cruise ship injury cases are handled on a contingent fee basis which simply means that there are no attorney's fees unless and until we recover financially for you. Contact us today for a confidential consultation at 1-877-475-2905.