Yah Mon! Cruise Law Goes to Jamaica

Tomorrow the lawyers here at our firm are traveling again to Jamaica.

We'll be visiting our clients to see how they are doing. I will be meeting friends in Falmouth and will see if there has been any signs of the revitalization of the town after the new Royal Caribbean port destroyed ancient coral reefs and native mangroves to make way for the Oasis and Allure of the Seas

We will also make ourselves available to meet with any crew members who need to learn about the Injured Crew Members - Jamaica - Lawyers legal rights of cruise ship employees who become ill or injured on cruise ships. 

I will be arriving at Montego Bay tomorrow morning and I will be available to meet with crew members or their family for two days (Monday and Tuesday). I'll  be hosting a free conference at the "Jamaica No Problem Room" in the beautiful Hibiscus Lodge in Ocho Rio. The address is 83 Main Street in Ocho Rios. Please come with your questions or concerns. No fee or obligation of course.

My co-counsel Jonathan Aronson will be will me.

The photo above was from a prior visit to the famous "No Problem Room." 

If Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Celebrity, Disney or some other cruise line has treated you poorly after you were injured on the ship, or if you have medical problems like hypertension, diabetes, cancer or other illnesses which require treatment, please don't hesitate to contact me. 

And if you can't come to the clinic, no problem.  Please email me at jim@cruiselaw.com and I will be pleased to answer any questions you may have and can call you to discuss your concerns if you wish. 

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s - December 1, 2013 11:17 PM

Norwegian Pearl had a fire in the pool supply room this past week. Also, someone was taken off the boat by ambulance in Cozumel.

earl brown - February 24, 2017 12:23 AM

My wife and I cruised to Falmouth. We were jumped by 2 young men just 3 blocks outside the port gates. They were trying to get my backpack and my wife's purse. About 30 locals were watching while we were attacked. Both of us are 60 years of age, but we fought back. My wife comes from a military family and instinctively stuck her fingernails in the first mans eyes and raked. He started screaming and ran off empty handed. I kicked the one trying to steal my back pack in the groin as hard as I could. And he left the scene. The local cop at the cruise gate said that the cruise lines should have warned us.....the area has extreme poverty and is not safe. About 20 robberies and attacks on cruise people per day. He said we were crazy to fight back. So I advise everyone to avoid Falmouth.

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