Jacksonville Boating Accident Lawyer
Boating is popular in Jacksonville, and thousands of people enjoy this
activity every year. State law strictly regulates the operation of all
types of watercraft on the lakes, rivers, and coast, and when an individual
causes an accident through failure to abide by law, the victim often has
grounds for a
personal injury claim. Whether you were injured on a jet ski, canoe, motorboat, speedboat,
sailboat or a yacht, you can greatly increase your chances of receiving
the settlement you deserve by retaining the services of Jason K.S. Porter.
Our firm fights for the rights of the injured to receive compensation,
and we will do everything we can to assist you at this difficult time.
If your accident was caused by another person's negligence, you deserve
to be compensated for your pain and suffering, as well as for the financial
costs associated with the injury. These can include your ambulance bill,
emergency medical treatment, hospital bills and your expenses for any
type of rehabilitative treatment you will require. You can also claim
compensation for the money you will lose by missing work during your recovery.
Many people who have suffered boating injuries go under-compensated or
receive a smaller settlement than they deserve, but a Jacksonville personal
injury lawyer from our firm will represent your claim to help you pursue
the maximum amount possible.
Let Jason K.S. Porter, P.A. help you!
We can help you whether you suffered a bone fracture, joint dislocation,
spinal cord injury, amputation,
brain injury, coma or partial drowning. If you lost your loved one in a drowning accident
or other type of injury, our Jacksonville personal injury attorneys are
prepared to represent you in a
wrongful death claim. Common causes of accidents on the water include intoxication, inexperience
piloting the craft, lack of safety devices such as life vests and disobedience
of traffic regulations. Any type of negligence or recklessness may provide
grounds for legal action, and we will evaluate the circumstances of the
accident to determine whether you have a case.
Contact the firm for a free one-hour consultation.