Roswell Boating Accident Attorney
Roswell, Georgia Boating Accident Attorney – Boat Injury Law Firm in Roswell, GA
Casey W. Stevens is an Experienced Georgia Boat Accident Lawyer
Georgia’s lakes and rivers are beautiful. Thousands of people flock to the water for recreation and relaxation every year and accidents are inevitable. However, when a boating or personal water craft accident occurs as a result of someone else’s negligence or recklessness, the victims and their families may be entitled to compensation to cover medical expenses, lost wages, and in some cases pain and suffering. Our firm represents people who are injured on a variety of watercraft through any number of negligent actions. Boats, jet-skis, wave runners, and other recreational watercraft when operated irresponsibly can cause serious injuries or death. If you or someone that you love has been injured in a boat accident, contact our offices to see how we can help you obtain the justice you deserve.
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North Georgia has dozens of lakes, rivers, and streams that are popular among residents and tourists. The Chattahoochee, the Chattooga, the Tallapoosa, the Coosa, and the Etowah Rivers are among the most frequented. The largest, best known and most popular lakes in North Georgia are Lake Chatuge, Blue Ridge Lake Lanier, Lake Altoona, Lake Hartwell and Lake Russell. Personal watercraft are on these lakes and rivers during all seasons of the year for swimming, fishing, skiing, rowing, kayaking and other recreational activities.
Some common causes of boating and watercraft accidents include:
- Equipment failure
- 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
People who choose to operate a boat or other watercraft on Georgia’s lakes and rivers have a responsibility to act with care and responsibility to protect themselves, the passengers of their watercraft, and other people on and in the water. Alcohol, inattention, and recklessness can all result in catastrophic accidents and serious injuries – even death. Our firm represents victims and families who have been injured or killed as a result of another person’s negligence in many different types of cases, and have successful experience in representing victims of boating accidents all over north Georgia. Boating laws in Georgia are evolving, (Read more about Georgia Boating Laws on our blog), and having an attorney who is up to date on all current laws and their implications.
Mr. Stevens has a unique understanding of how the insurance industry operates because he spent ten years as an insurance claims manager and another four as their defense attorney. Now he fights for victims to get them the compensation that they deserve. Our office is dedicated to providing our clients with the best possible representation, and we focus only on personal injury cases. We do not believe that a victim’s legal representation should be dependent upon how much money they have, so we represent all of our cases on a contingency basis. Attorney Casey Stevens will meet with you in any of our 6 metro Atlanta offices, or if travel is difficult for you he will come to your home or hospital room. He will listen to the details of your case and provide his expert legal opinion at no cost and with no obligation. When you sign with us to represent you, we will work tirelessly to recover the compensation you deserve – we will front all of the money necessary to investigate your case and never charge you until your case is resolved. When you need a personal injury lawyer, for your boating accident injury claim, call the Law Offices of Casey Stevens. Let us concentrate on your financial compensation so that you can focus on your physical and emotional healing.
Have you or someone that you love been seriously injured in a boating or personal watercraft accident in the Roswell area?
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