NJ Boating Accident Lawyers

Our experienced boating accident attorneys have a wealth of experience representing clients that have been involved in boating accidents. Get in touch with us if you were a victim of a boating accident and are interested in claiming compensation.

How Our Boating Accident Attorneys Will Help

By depending on our team for all of your legal matters, you can expect the following tasks to be performed by our lawyers:

  • Negotiations with judicial officials and lawyers
  • A digital recreation of the incident
  • Further understanding of the accident by seeking out witnesses
  • Organizing and reviewing injury related medical documents
  • The accident will be investigated – this includes examining video footage and photographs
  • Cases similar to your one will be examined so that the best course of legal action can be taken
  • The condition of the boat will be examined
  • A complete accident history of the area will be looked at

Above are just a few of the tasks our team of attorneys will carry out on your behalf.

Proving Negligence

Our boating accident attorneys will have to prove negligence on the side of the other party. Take a look at the following factors to see how this can be done:

  • Navigating the boat while drunk or under the influence of drugs
  • Boating equipment was broken.
  • Boating rules were not followed
  • Speed of travel was too high
  • Boat was overcrowded
  • Lack of safety equipment
  • Boat was navigated through dangerous waters
  • Navigating the boat while there was a lack of vision
  • Navigation lights were not functioning correctly
  • The boat operator did not have sufficient experience

Our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to understand what needs to be done in order to prove negligence. If you feel that you have a case for compensation, our team of lawyers are here to fight for the compensation you deserve.

3 Types of Damages

In the majority of cases the type of damages that you can claim will be under 3 different categories:

  1. Lost income: if you have suffered injuries that left you unable to work, then you can claim compensation for any money that you would have earned.
  2. Pain: proof must be shown that you were in pain from the accident. This is typically done by getting a signed document from your doctor.
  3. Medical expenses: it’s important to keep all your documents for medical expenses organized.

Each state and locality has its own requirements and statutes applicable to your legal matter, please contact your local firm to obtain potential legal advice related to your possible claim. By accessing this website you acknowledge that you are not creating an attorney client relationship and have not retained a firm to handle your matter. Further, the law firms which you may contact by use of this website are independently owned and operated and the site owners and administrators make no representations with regard to these independent firms.


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