The Death on the High Seas Act (DOHSA) supplies benefits for the death of someone resulting from a wrongful act on the high seas. Under this Act, the term “high seas” refers to any distance more than a marine league from the shore of any state, D.C. and U.S....
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Month: July 2022
Can tourists sue for getting injured on a boat?
Sometimes, tour guides and their captains get things wrong. They might take a group out on the water when there is a storm rolling in or may have failed to repair a boat adequately to handle larger waves or rough water. As a tourist traveling on a boat of any kind,...
Pool injuries are common on cruise ships
The holiday choice for many Americans each year is a cruise. Modern holiday vessels have luxurious rooms, all the food you could dream of and a host of other facilities. Generally, these cruise ships will have a swimming pool too, which both the children and adults...