Recovering Compensation for a Boating Accident

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Recovering Compensation for a Boating Accident

While the weather warms up, we will begin to see more boats out on the water. However, this increase in water traffic comes hand in hand with an increase in boating accidents. If you have been involved in a boating accident, reach out to an experienced personal injury lawyer who will help assess your situation and fight for your right to compensation, should you chose to take legal action. Continue reading to discover the types of boating accidents and ways to know if you are entitled to compensation after a boating accident.

Types of Boating Negligence

There are several ways for a boat owner’s negligence to result in an accident. In order to receive compensation, you will need to prove that negligence caused your injuries. Continue reading to discover what constitutes negligence as a boat owner. A boat owner may be negligent for the following:

  • They collide with another object because of inattentiveness, drowsiness, etc.
  • They operate the boat under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • They are not an experienced boater
  • They use excessive speed
  • They do not provide proper safety equipment onboard

How can I know if I am entitled to compensation after a boating accident?

If you have been injured as a result of negligence in a boating accident, you may be curious to learn if you are entitled to compensation. In order to receive this compensation, the first step you should take is to gain the services of a knowledgeable lawyer who will be able to prove the other party’s negligence. This will be done through a personal injury lawsuit. They will prove negligence caused your injuries by using evidence such as photos of the scene of the accident, witnesses statements, and medical documentation.

The best way to prepare yourself for a personal injury lawsuit is to collect as much evidence as you can get your hands on personally. This can include your own photos of the scene, photos of your injuries, witnesses’ contact information, and all medical documentation relating to your injuries. This documentation should include the date, time, and severity of your injuries.

If you are interested in taking legal action against the negligent party involved in your accident, reach out to our firm today. We are here to assist you through your legal process and are prepared to fight for the compensation you require to heal properly. We are ready to get started today to get you back to our life as soon as possible.

Contact Our Experienced Ontario Personal Injury Firm

If you have been injured in an accident due to no fault of your own, you need a lawyer who truly cares about your best interests. Contact an Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer at Merricks Law Group today.

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