Boat Accidents and Injuries Contact Form

The most common causes of boating injuries and fatalities are: Capsizing, Falling Overboard & Collisions.

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If you have been injured in a recreational boating accident, you need skilled and experienced legal representation to help you identify your claims and the best way to present them. Boating accident cases can also involve difficult strategic choices between state court personal injury litigation and federal maritime jurisdiction. Sometimes you'll also need to name as a defendant a government agency, such as the Coast Guard or the Army Corps of Engineers.

Don't trust your boating injury case to a general practitioner. No matter how skilled he or she may be as a trial lawyer, an attorney unfamiliar with maritime law and admiralty jurisdiction might easily overlook considerations that could be critical to the success of your case and the size of your settlement or verdict. Contact the experienced Northern and Southern California boating injuries attorneys at Brodsky Micklow Bull & Weiss LLP for thorough and reliable advice about your options.

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When did the accident occur?

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If not, what is the injured party's relationship to you?

Were you or they injured aboard a ship?
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On what type of vessel did the incident occur?

On what type of waterway did the incident occur?

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If the vessel was at fault, please explain why.

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