Due to the weather and environment in Florida, the state has the highest number of registered recreational boats and other water vessels across the United States. Of course, that also means that the state sees the highest number of injuries resulting from boating accidents. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s most recent statistics:
As the statistics show, there are a lot of registered water vessels in Miami and elsewhere in Florida, and also a lot of injuries. While these injuries are always unwelcome, the one plus side is that, when you are injured, a Miami boating accident attorney from Dante Law Firm has extensive experience in handling similar cases, and can put this to good use when protecting your legal rights.
As with most other kinds of accidents resulting in personal injuries, there are a number of potential causes of Miami boating accidents. When filing a lawsuit pursing compensation for injuries after a Miami boating accident, your attorney will need to prove who was at fault. Some of the possible causes of a boating accident include:
When you approach a Miami boating accident attorney from Dante Law Firm and hire us to handle your case, we will immediately get to work ascertaining how your injuries occurred, and who was to blame. We will then use this information to either come to a settlement with the responsible party or to take your claim to court. Either way, you can rest assured that your Miami boating accident attorney will work tirelessly to recover the compensation you are entitled to.
A Miami boating accident attorney can help to ensure you recover the full amount of compensation you are entitled to regarding your injuries, lost earnings while you are unable to work, medical expenses incurred as a result of your injuries, and more. Before we can recover compensation, we must prove that the responsible party was negligent, or acted in a willfully dangerous manner. To do so, your Miami boating accident attorney will use all tools at their disposal, including reviewing all available information, speaking to any witness to your accident, and employing the skills of experts where required.