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Boating Accidents

Because of its climate and geography, Florida is to many the boating capital of the United States. With its warm climate and fine waterways, Florida attracts millions of tourists causing it to be among the most dangerous boating areas in the world. With boating accidents where injuries or even death occurs it is better to consult Williams, Ristoff & Proper.

Boating accidents may occur due to a collision with another watercraft or a fixed object such a dock, pier or landmass. There are a number of factors that cause boating accidents. The major causes include intoxication and excessive speed. Sometimes dangerous waters and the inexperience and recklessness of the operator cause boating accidents. If you or a family member has been injured in a boating accident due to the negligence of another, contact Williams, Ristoff & Proper today.

Boating accidents can cause severe injuries or death. Boating accidents can also cause immense loss to the victims physically, mentally and financially. If in a boating accident – report it like your would a traffic accident and contact Williams, Ristoff & Proper who are experienced in maritime law.

Boating accidents differ from accidents on land and are also more dangerous than any other accidents. These cases are very complicated. A skilled, well-qualified Boating accident lawyer in New Port Richey will help you to settle your case. For the victims of a boating accident – life will change after these injuries. Williams, Ristoff & Proper will work to get compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, pain and suffering and loss of consortium.

Our attorneys will correctly identify the legal issues in your personal injury lawsuit. Many times our clients come in thinking one thing is a problem when really they deserve compensation for something else. To find out more about how to recover compensation for injuries suffered because of an accident, call today.