Boating is a popular means of recreation and relaxation for many people in New York City. Unfortunately, negligent or reckless boaters can cause an enjoyable day on the water to turn tragic. The first thing you should do—after seeking necessary medical care – is contact a professional and experienced NYC personal injury attorney.
When you are in need of top-rated legal service, contact our New York City boating accident lawyers. We offer free initial consultations and provide experienced legal guidance. At Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff, there is never a fee or expense unless we win your case.
Boating accidents cause severe injuries and sometimes death. You or your loved ones may have significant medical bills and other expenses to deal with. Your injuries may also prevent you from getting back to work anytime soon. To get the best chance of recovering the full measure of damages, it is important to work with an experienced New York City boat crash attorney.
For generations, injured New Yorkers have turned to the law firm of Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff, & Wolff. Our firm focuses on helping people recover their complete compensation after serious boating accidents.
Although most boat and watercraft operators are considerate of others, some boaters are inexperienced or improperly trained. Our lawyers are equipped to handle a variety of boating and watercraft accidents, including:
When developing a boating accident case, we conduct a full investigation of the accident and your injuries to determine who is at fault. We will then gather all the evidence of your medical expenses, lost income, and other damages arising from the accident. We will devote all of our efforts to maximizing your financial compensation for your injuries in either settlement negotiations or at trial.
Most boating accidents occur at the end of the day when the chances of excessive drinking are increased and weather conditions begin to deteriorate.
Most fatalities are caused by the boat capsizing, or a person falling overboard. When a boat capsizes, it is filled with water and sinks, usually flipping upside down in the process. This can happen as a result of weather, but also occurs because of over occupancy or anchoring the boat at the stern.
The following are common boating accident injuries:
Any injury that you experience on a personal vessel or cruise ship could entitle you to compensation. Speak to an NYC boat accident lawyer to find out more.
Our New York City boat accident lawyers can come to you if you are unable to make it into one of our offices. We also accommodate all major languages. If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries or death as a result of a boating accident, consult Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff, and Wolff today. Call us at (212) 210-1637 or contact us online to schedule a free, confidential case evaluation.
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