Los Angeles Boat Accident Injury Lawyers
Your serious Jet Ski accident or boat injury has cost you big money — in lost wages, medical bills and repair to your vessel or personal watercraft. Your right to recoup those losses must be protected. Law Offices of John C. Ye, A Professional Law Corporation, in Los Angeles, can protect these rights for you.
Law Offices of John C. Ye, APLC in Southern California has aggressively represented personal injury victims and families mourning boat accident tragedies for more than 25 years. As your lawyer, Mr. Ye will protect your rights throughout the legal process and push the insurers for negligent parties to deliver the maximum financial compensation you need.
Most likely, you have a job to return to following your recovery, a family to support, and hopes for a future that looks uncertain due to your accident injury. Attorney Ye knows what you are up against. He has the legal expertise, solid support and reputation for results that can lend credibility to your personal injury claim. He joins with associates and investigators to put your life back on track.
Schedule your free consultation by calling us at 877-278-6890 today.
If your medical condition requires a home or hospital visit, we can arrange it. Our contingency fee policy means you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.
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Recreational boating is a popular pastime in California. Residents, tourists and visitors enjoy a wide variety of boating activities on our state’s lakes and rivers and the Pacific Ocean. When boaters suffer serious or catastrophic injuries or wrongful death at the hands of a negligent boat operator, any number of parties may be held liable for damages.
Did one or more of these factors contribute to your boating accident injuries?
- Boating under the influence of alcohol
- Water skiing
- Personal watercraft
- Recklessness by a boat operator
- Passenger overcrowding of a boat
- Failure to provide necessary personal flotation devices
For the quality, experienced personal injury representation you need and the attentive personal service you deserve, contact us.
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Boat Accident Injuries and Obtaining Compensation
Spending a day out on a boat or taking a cruise can sound like an amazing way to spend warm summer days. Yet, boats can be dangerous, just like other vehicles. Boating accidents do happen and many of them involve personal watercraft. Accidents occasionally include a commercial watercraft, such as a cruise ship or ferry. When a boating accident does happen, taking the right steps and contacting a lawyer for help will enable victims to gain the compensation they need to cover any accident-related injuries and damages.
Common Causes of Boat Accidents
Boating accidents can be caused by various reasons. Some of the most common include the following.
- Inattention – Boaters must stay alert when they’re in control of the boat. Inattention could lead to crashes with objects in the water or other boats, failing to get to shore if the weather turns, and other issues that could cause an accident.
- Not Looking Out – It is crucial for someone to pay attention to the water around the boat and to watch out for any obstacles. A failure to do this could lead to a crash. Many times, cameras are used for increased visibility in front of the boat, but they do need to be monitored.
- Inexperience – Inexperienced boaters are more likely to make mistakes that can lead to injuries. Anyone who is inexperienced should take time to be trained in how to operate the watercraft and should follow all protocols to remain safe on the water.
- Speeding – Just like driving, boating at a high rate of speed increases the potential for an accident. There are speed limits in some areas of the water, such as close to beaches, to prevent swimmers and other boaters from being hit.
- Operating While Impaired – Just like driving under the influence, boating while intoxicated is dangerous. If those on the boat plan on drinking, have a designated boater who will remain in control of the boat.
- Failed Equipment – Equipment should be checked before the boat goes out to make sure everything is working properly. Still, the equipment can fail. Have backup plans in place and know what to do if anything fails while the boat is away from shore.
- Dangerous Waters – Always pay attention to the forecast for the day before going out on the water and follow local advice if there is the potential for dangerous conditions. It’s always better to wait a day or two before going out instead of risking dangerous weather or other conditions.