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Important Evidence in Boating Accident Cases

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Boat accidents can result in some of the most serious injuries. If someone else was at fault for your accident and you became hurt, you can file a claim against the negligent party for compensation. When filing a claim, however, the burden of proof is on you to establish that someone else acted negligently,… Read More »

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When Must You Submit a Written Report After a Boating Accident?

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Under Florida law, you must file a written boating accident report in certain situations. These include when a crash involved bodily injury, death, the disappearance of any person, or at least $2,000 in property damage. Filing a report is not always straightforward, though, particularly when you are trying to recover from severe injuries and… Read More »

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What is the Leading Cause of Fatal Boat Accidents?

By 888 Boat Law |

Boating is a very fun activity, but it can also be extremely dangerous. Even a seemingly minor boat crash can result in some of the most serious injuries and even death. This is largely due to the nature of boat accidents. Drowning, electrocutions, and traumatic brain injuries are just some of the most common… Read More »

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How Does Speeding Cause Boat Accidents?

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There are many different causes of boating accidents but by far one of the most common is speeding. When boat operators speed on Florida’s waterways, it can cause serious accidents that result in the most severe injuries. While it is true that there are no speed limits on open water, generally speaking, the state… Read More »

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Common Types of Florida Dock and Marina Accidents

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Boat docks and marinas are an important part of the boating experience. They provide an area for fueling, inspections, maintenance, and mooring. They also provide a safe way for boat operators and passengers to get on and off their vessels.  Unfortunately, people can act negligently on docks and in marinas, and this can result… Read More »

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BOAT PROPELLER INJURY CASES IN FLORIDA

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Boat propeller cases are way more common than one might think. Boat propellers are almost always not protected by any caging or safety barrier in case a person comes into contact with the propeller blades. At one time this maritime law firm (www.888BoatLaw.com) was handling 5 propeller-strike cases at the same, just to give… Read More »

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FAQs About Florida Boating Accidents

By 888 Boat Law |

Florida attracts boaters from around the state, and around the world, every year. While spending a day out on the water is certainly a great deal of fun, accidents do happen. The aftermath of a boat crash is very confusing. You may not know what happened, what to do next, or how you are… Read More »

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Who is Liable After a Boat Accident?

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Boating accidents are serious and leave victims with catastrophic injuries. If someone else’s negligence caused your crash, you should not have to pay for your medical bills, lost income, and other losses. You can recover damages from the liable, or at-fault, party but first, you must identify who that party is. Determining who caused… Read More »

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BOATING ACCIDENT INJURY ATTORNEY IN FLORIDA

By 888 Boat Law |

If you have been involved in a boating accident injury case, JetSki collision, or cruise ship injury accident, hire a boating accident attorney. Don’t hire a pretender. At www.888BoatLaw.com we are real boating accident attorneys. This is not our sideline. This is the legal work for injured claimants that we handle every day of… Read More »

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HOW MUCH IS MY BOAT INJURY CASE WORTH?

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There are two sides to every personal injury case: 1. Liability and 2. Damages. Liability is the question of why and how the incident occurred and who was at fault for the incident.  In any personal injury case it is the obligation of the claimant to prove who was responsible for the incident. Without… Read More »

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