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Back to Sea Cruises: Should I Buy a Trip Cancellation or CFAR Policy?

Many people will be ready to resume vacations in the coming months. But, based on inquiries into travel insurance over the past year, we have learned from the pandemic.

According to Forbes Magazine, trip cancellation insurance purchases are at an all-time high. While it has always been a big seller, industry insiders state that they’ve never seen trip cancellation insurance plans sell at this level before.

If you’re itching to go on vacation, then trip insurance, in the form of trip cancellation or “cancel for any reason” policies are your best options.

But what are they? What are the differences between these two policies, and how do you decide which one is right for you? Read on to find out!

Five Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Hire a Cruise Attorney

Choosing the right personal injury attorney, especially as it related to specific issues in the cruise industry, is a big deal. In fact, it can be the difference between a successful case and one where you don’t get the damages or legal remedies you’re seeking – and no one wants that.

Most people don’t have a lot of experience with attorneys, much less finding one to represent them. Here are a few tips and questions you can use to help guide you to the right personal injury attorney for your needs in maritime law.

What Is a Maritime Attorney?

A maritime attorney is an attorney who specializes in the representation of maritime passengers and workers or their families in case

Should Cruise Workers Hire an Attorney for Contract Review? Won’t Hurt!

For many people, working on a cruise ship looks like a dream. If it’s yours, then when it came true, you were likely jumping for joy and imagining all the things you’d do and the places you’d see as a part of the crew.

At the end of the day, it’s important to remember that working on a cruise ship is, well, work. With that work, you have an employment contract to review and sign.

Not everyone is familiar with an employment contract, especially when working on a cruise ship for the first time. That’s why it’s vital to take your time to look over the contract and have an attorney you trust look it over.

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