BOATING ACCIDENTS

EXPERIENCED RESPRESENTATION

In Florida, the number of recreational boats and personal watercraft in the waterways around the Tampa Bay area inevitably means that many of those boats will be involved in accidents. Some of those boating accidents are more serious than others and can result in catastrophic and fatal injuries for their victims. It is important to know what steps you should take to protect yourself after such an accident.

At the law firm of Kallins Little Delgado, our Sarasota lawyers can represent you after a boating accident in Florida that has left you or someone you love seriously or fatally injured. We understand that the burden of paying for medical bills and other expenses can be great after an accident, especially while you are recovering from the pain and loss related to that accident.


THE RIGHT RESPONSE AT THE RIGHT TIME

There are many causes of boating accidents, including inexperience, recklessness, carelessness and the influence of drugs and alcohol. Our firm has experience handling boating accidents involving:

  • Speedboats
  • Personal watercraft
  • Fishing charter boats
  • Cabin cruisers
  • Cruise ship injuries
  • Sailboats
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Drowning accidents

We will review your accident to gather all relevant evidence and build a strong case. There are many important deadlines and details that cannot go overlooked. We have the experience to handle your accident case correctly.


CONTACT US TODAY!

If you have been injured in a boating accident, contact us to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation. Our firm is ready to answer all of your questions. Call us at 941-749-1446 to make an appointment.


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