Boat And Personal Watercraft Injuries
There are so many ways to have fun on the water, and an equal number of ways to get hurt. If you or a family member has been injured by someone else’s reckless actions or negligence, Avila & Shaddow Attorneys at Law can help you determine whether you have rights that need to be protected.
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Compensation For Injuries On Lakes And Waterways
The Woodland Hills firm of Avila & Shaddow Attorneys at Law represents those who have suffered water-related injuries resulting from:
- Boat accidents
- Water skiing and wakeboarding injuries
- Personal watercraft accidents (Jet Ski, Sea-Doo)
- Sailboat and parasailing accidents
- Swimmers struck by watercraft
- Dock and marina accidents
While some injuries arise from a person being directly struck by a negligent watercraft operator, other injuries arise simply as a result of an inexperienced or intoxicated operator of the watercraft the injured person was riding on. Even if there was no collision with another watercraft, you may have a case. Injuries can result from being struck by, thrown from, or run over by the watercraft the injured person was a passenger in.
Injuries from boat and watercraft accidents include, but are not limited to, shoulder, arm and hand injuries, spine and head injuries, dental damage, broken bones, propeller lacerations, tow rope injuries, near-drowning, and death.
Do You Have A Case? Contact Our Office.
If you or a family member has been injured on a lake, river, ocean or other waterway call Avila & Shaddow Attorneys at Law to schedule a consultation with a lawyer. We handle cases in the Los Angeles area as well as throughout Southern California.
Contact us today. We offer a free consultation, and we will provide a frank assessment of your potential lawsuit. We can meet clients at several convenient locations, or we can come to you if your serious injuries prevent travel.