Boat Accident Lawyers Working Hard On Behalf Of Injury Victims
If you’ve been injured in a boating accident anywhere in Florida, speak at once to an experienced Orlando boat accident attorney at Page & Eichenblatt. Call us now at (407) 386-1900 – or fill out the online contact form that you’ll find here on our website. For more than a quarter of a century, Page & Eichenblatt has effectively represented scores of boating injury victims in central Florida. We are ready to fight for your rights.Personal injury lawyers Steven S. Eichenblatt and Gregory
A Page have a reputation for legal excellence – as well as a reputation for tenacity on behalf of their clients. They are experienced and skilled at finding solutions to the most difficult personal injury matters. Your first meeting with a personal injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt is free, and there is no obligation. Injured victims of negligence pay no lawyer’s fee to our firm until and unless we acquire an out-of-court settlement or a jury verdict on your behalf.
Boating is Popular and Fun, but It Can Also Be Dangerous
Florida’s sparkling shorelines, beautiful bays, lakes, and rivers offer unparalleled opportunities for boating, diving, fishing, and other popular water-related recreations. In fact, over 950,000 boats and other watercraft were registered in Florida in 2018 – more than any other state.
However, hundreds of boating accidents with serious injuries – including 59 fatalities – were also reported in Florida in 2018. If you are injured in a boating accident because of negligence, you must speak at once to an experienced Orlando boat accident attorney at Page & Eichenblatt.
What Are the Causes of Boating Accidents in Florida?
The U.S. Coast Guard tells us that the leading reasons for boating accidents in Florida are:
- a lack of operator training and experience
- boat operators who are impaired by alcohol or drugs
- excessive speed
- inattention and the simple failure to look out for other boats, people, and objects
- defective vessels, boat parts, or boating equipment
For more than twenty-five years, the injury attorneys at Page & Eichenblatt in Orlando have effectively represented clients in central Florida who have sustained boating-related injuries.
What Types of Injuries Can Be Sustained in Boating Accidents?
A personal injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt will immediately investigate the details of your boating accident to determine if alcohol or defective equipment was a factor. We will question the witnesses, determine who is liable, and hold that party accountable.
The types of injuries that are sometimes sustained in boating accidents – serious spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries, for example – can lead to permanent disability and may require life-long medical care. The most tragic boating accidents are fatal accidents.
The injury lawyers at Page & Eichenblatt also represent those who are injured in accidents that involve parasailing, skiing, and the other water-related recreations that are so popular in Florida, and we represent – in wrongful death cases – the survivors of those killed in boating accidents.
Should a Boat Accident Victim Take a Quick Settlement Offer?
If you are injured because of defective boating equipment or by a boat operator’s negligence in central Florida, do not accept any settlement, sign any insurance form, or speak to any insurance company representative before you consult with a boat accident attorney at Page & Eichenblatt.
Any quick settlement offer will very probably be for a figure that is substantially below the real value of your personal injury claim. However, your Page & Eichenblatt injury attorney will be an experienced negotiator who will almost certainly negotiate a better settlement on your behalf.
What Steps Should You Take if You Are in a Boating Accident?
When a boating accident happens, seek or summon medical attention at once. Don’t admit any responsibility or fault. Take photos of the injuries, the accident scene, and the property damage. Make copies of the paperwork you receive from medical providers or law enforcement officers.
Then speak to an experienced Florida boating accident attorney at Page & Eichenblatt. If you’re injured because someone else was negligent, you are entitled by Florida law to full compensation for ongoing and future medical costs, lost income, and all other related damages and losses.
How Will an Injury Lawyer at Page & Eichenblatt Help You?
An experienced boating accident attorney at Page & Eichenblatt will review the details of the accident, examine the evidence, question the witnesses, and advocate aggressively for the compensation you need and the justice you deserve as an injured victim of another’s negligence.
Your Page & Eichenblatt attorney will explain how Florida’s personal injury laws apply in your particular case, where you stand legally, and what your legal options are for moving forward constructively.
After investigating the accident thoroughly and building a case based on solid facts combined with eyewitness and expert testimony, a personal injury attorney at Page & Eichenblatt will work to help an injury victim obtain full compensation for medical treatment, lost earnings, and sometimes more.
For over a quarter of a century, the personal injury lawyers at Page & Eichenblatt have been fighting for the rights of the injured victims of negligence in the greater Orlando area. Nothing is a higher priority than your health and your future. Let Page & Eichenblatt go to work for you.
If You’re Injured and Can’t Work, Can You Afford an Attorney?
If you are injured because of negligence in a Florida boating accident, and if you become a client at Page & Eichenblatt and you pursue a personal injury claim, you will pay no lawyer’s fee unless and until we recover the compensation that you are entitled to as a victim of negligence.
Your first legal consultation with an attorney at Page & Eichenblatt is free, and there is no obligation. You’ll learn where you stand legally and whether you have grounds for bringing a legal action. Every client at Page & Eichenblatt is treated with absolute courtesy and respect.
Here’s How to Contact Us
If you have been injured in a boating accident in the greater Orlando area, and if you believe that operator negligence or defective equipment was a direct cause of your personal injury or injuries, call Page & Eichenblatt now at (407) 386-1900, or complete the contact form here on our website.
Page & Eichenblatt’s offices in Orlando are located at 214 South Lucerne Circle East. If you are injured in a boating accident in Florida waters – or if you lose a loved one in a boating accident in this state – let us fight for your rights and on your behalf. It’s the right thing to do.