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Can I be found to have been partially at-fault for my injuries caused by a Florida cruise ship accident?

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Yes. The general maritime law applies what is known as pure comparative fault. That means that a jury, if your case goes to trial, will be asked to assess how much of the responsibility lies with the cruise line and how much of the responsibility lies with you. The cruise lines will always argue that you are, if not completely to blame, at least partially to blame.

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