boating accident

FAQ: Is it worth getting a lawyer for a minor boat accident?

Many prospective clients always ask themselves, do I really need a lawyer for this? If you are seriously injured, the answer is yes. You will always fair better with a lawyer than without one. A lawyer puts you on equal footing with the insurance company. The insurance company adjuster handling your claim likely has years

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FAQ: How long do you have to sue after a boat accident?

The statute of limitations for a boating accident is two years from the date of the collision for all adult victims. Similarly, the statute of limitations for children’s medical bills is the same. However, the statute of limitations for minor plaintiffs’ non-economic damages, like pain and suffering and mental anguish, is two years from the

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FAQ: Who is liable in a boating accident?

The individual that causes the collision is personally liable for a boating accident. This is more often than not the person driving or operating the boat at the time. However, in some scenarios there may be more than one liable person, such as when someone allows someone else to operate their boat. If there is

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Swimmer seriously injured after being hit by a boat

AUSTIN, TX – An adult swimmer was hospitalized this morning after he was hit by a boat near Mansfield Dam Park. According to the Austin-American Statesman, medics from the Austin-Travis County EMS responded to the incident at 4370 Mansfield Dam Road at around 9:49 a.m. They found the swimmer with serious injuries and transported him

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