Johns Creek Boating Accident
There are hundreds of miles of lakes and rivers in Georgia. All of these waterways give Georgia residents and visitors the means to enjoy themselves on the water in all types of boats and other personal watercraft. Casey Stevens has successfully represented accident victims who have been injured by boats, jet skis, wave runners, and other recreational watercraft. If you have been injured in a personal watercraft accident, contact our offices to see how we can help you recover the financial compensation that you deserve for your injuries.Call the Law Offices of Casey W. Stevens for a FREE case evaluation today: (770) 408-6364
Operating any watercraft carries the responsibility of understanding and obeying the rules of the water, and boating is no exception. Whether it is on Lake Lanier, the Chattahoochee River, or along the Atlantic Coast, boaters and owners of other personal watercraft have a responsibility to conduct themselves in such a way that does not put others at risk. Excessive speed, operating watercraft under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, or allowing untrained people (like minors) to operate a boat can result in serious injuries to passengers and others enjoying the water. Our firm takes the future implications of a victim’s injuries as we seek compensation for our clients.
It is much easier for a person to legally operate a boat than to drive an automobile in Georgia since a license is not required to operate most personal watercrafts and many boats. Many boating accidents happen because boating regulations are not enforced in the same way as automobile regulations. This in turn, causes people to not follow the laws as closely. A large portion of boating accidents are caused by boating inexperience or lack of proper boating safety since taking boating courses or boating education is not mandatory by law. (Read more about Georgia Boating Laws on our blog.)
Some common causes of boating and watercraft accidents include:
- Operating the boat too aggressively
- Unfavorable weather conditions
- Operating the boat recklessly or carelessly
- Operating while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Operating without the help of another person
- Equipment failure
Mr. Stevens knows how the insurance company and their lawyers operate because he spent time on their side. Before attending law school, he worked for ten years as an insurance claims manager and after receiving his law degree he worked as an insurance company defense attorney. Now he represents victims against the tactics that they use to minimize or deny claims. Since starting his own metro Atlanta firm, Casey Stevens has successfully represented boating accident victims all over north Georgia, recovering millions of dollars in compensation for his clients.We Want to Help
At the Law Offices of Casey W. Stevens, we understand that any accident where you or someone that you love suffers serious injury can be physically and emotionally painful. Our goal is to prevent financial stresses from getting in the way of your healing. We believe that an accident victim’s right to the best possible representation should not be dependent upon their ability to pay before their case is won, and Johns Creek boating accidents are no exception. That is why we will evaluate your case at no cost to you and why every case that we take on is on a contingency basis. We will put up the money for the investigations into your accident, and pay for any necessary experts that will help us to get you the settlement that you deserve. You are never billed for our services until after your case is settled and you have received your settlement.
Have you or someone that you love been seriously injured in a boating or personal watercraft accident in the Johns Creek area?
Contact us online or call us today for a complimentary case evaluation: 770-408-6364