Boating Accident Attorney in Atlanta
Meticulous Preparation & Passionate Advocacy at Work for You
Boating accidents can result in severe injuries and, in the worst of cases, even wrongful death. Because many associate boating with recreational activity, it is common for boat drivers and passengers to have their guards down when it comes to safety. Unfortunately, this negligence can lead to accidents.
Ross Moore II, P.C. is passionate about fighting for just compensation on behalf of the injured. Our firm can thoroughly investigate the causes of your or your loved one’s injuries and work to prove negligence. We fight not only for compensation that will take care of your present circumstances, but also for compensation that secures your future. Begin a free case evaluation with an experienced Atlanta injury attorney from our firm today!
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Common Causes of Boating Accidents
Boating accidents may be caused by a number of factors. Our firm will meticulously investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to determine who may be held liable for your injuries.
In many cases, the operator of a boat may be held negligent for the following:
- Hitting a large wave while speeding
- Navigating in inclement weather
- Contact with propellers
- Operating at dangerous speeds
- Failing to have proper safety equipment on board
- Colliding with objects or other boats
- Failing to know or follow boating rules
- Overloading or overcrowding the vessel
In most cases, these causes of injury can be prevented by following proper safety procedures.
Call (404) 491-8511 for a Free Consult with an Atlanta Boating Accident Lawyer!
If you or your loved one have been injured in a boat accident, don’t hesitate to get in touch with an Atlanta boating accident attorney from our firm. Our firm can take care of the legal details so that you can focus on recovery. We will make sure that your needs are represented and that the insurance companies involved do not take advantage of you and attempt to undervalue the extent of your damages.