50+ Years’ Combined Experience for Cherokee County Injury Victims
Involved in a serious boat accident? Whether you were a passenger, out on the water, or navigating the boat, Amanda Hall Injury Law can stand up for your rights as you pursue justice. These types of cases can be very complicated, which is why you need a skilled advocate by your side. Our Woodstock injury attorneys have years of experience and has resolved hundreds of injury cases in Canton and Cherokee County.
We are ready to help.
Contact our firm to get an honest assessment of your case: (678) 445-7423.
Boat Operators Owe Others Duty of Care
When an individual gets in a car, starts up their big rig, or floats their boat out onto the water, they accept a duty of care for those around them. What does that mean? Boat operators have a responsibility to do everything in their power to operate their vehicle in a safe manner in regards to themselves and those around them. Reckless or negligent behavior may make them liable if an accident or damages were to follow.
What Caused Your Boat Accident?
Determining the cause of your boat accident is an important component of your case. When you can identify what caused your injuries, you can better determine who is liable, allowing you to hold them accountable.
Common causes of boating accidents include the following:
- Negligent boat operation
- Poor weather conditions
- Drunk boating
- Reckless or aggressive driving
- Defective boat parts
- Lack of training or certification
The person operating the boat may not be the only party responsible for the accident. For example, the owner of the boat may be at fault for allowing an individual they knew was intoxicated or unable to properly drive the boat. Likewise, a manufacturer may be at fault if they manufactured a defective product or component.
Amanda Hall Injury Law is ready to discuss your case. Call our Woodstock personal injury attorneys today at