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How to Stay Safe on a Cruise

There’s nothing more relaxing than overlooking the open waters of the world while on a luxury cruise. From Salt Lake City to the East Coast, people are preparing to embark on this extravagant summer getaway. Though you’re on vacation, you should always be alert and prepared for anything to avoid a personal injury while on the ship. Here are a few tips on how to stay safe while on a cruise ship. 

These tips are meant to keep you safe, but if you happen to find yourself injured on your vacation contact a lawyer at Robert J. DeBry and Associates for a free consultation.

Familiarize Yourself with Your Surroundings

The first thing you should do when you board your cruise ship is to get familiar with the layout of the ship. This will help you navigate the ship easier as well as help you avoid restricted areas that may cause you harm. Knowing where potential hazards such as watertight doors are located can help you avoid a personal injury. If you find yourself needing representation after an injury, contact an attorney to review your case.

Avoid Slippery Decks and Balconies

Getting injured while on a cruise ship is a sure way to ruin your vacation. While walking around the ship, watch for spilled drinks, mopped areas and any other wet surfaces. Failure to do so can result in a slip and fall, which can lead to a potential injury. If the ship’s crew fails to maintain the decks and that leads to your injury, contact a slip and fall lawyer from our attorney team at Robert J. DeBry and Associates. We will help determine who was liable for your injury and get you the compensation you deserve.

Cruises should be enjoyable, and you shouldn’t have to suffer an injury due to someone else’s negligence. Stay safe this summer, and as always, contact our attorney team if you need legal representation. 


By |2018-06-26T08:17:28-06:00June 26th, 2018|boat accident, personal injury law, slip and fall|Comments Off on How to Stay Safe on a Cruise

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