Are you struggling to cope with the aftermath of an injury you sustained on a boat? If so, a reputable boating accident lawyer in Miami may be able to help you bring the liable party to justice.
When people think about motor vehicle accidents, their first thought is usually accidents involving cars, tractor-trailers, buses, motorcycles, or maybe even pedestrians or bicycles. But boating accidents can also be a type of motor vehicle accident. When someone is injured due to a boating accident, the injuries can be catastrophic or even fatal.
If someone else is to blame for the injuries you sustained while on or near a boat, you could pursue full compensation of your losses by reaching out to an experienced Miami boating accident lawyer at Fischer Redavid PLLC. If we take on your case, you can be sure that we’ll do whatever we can to help you get through this difficult time in your life and avoid financial ruin.
In many cases, the person or persons who are to blame for your boating accident in Miami will be responsible for covering your costs and compensating you for the harm they’ve inflicted on your life. Your attorney will need to conduct a complete investigation into the cause of the accident in order to determine who this party is. In many cases, the party that is to blame for boating accidents might include:
Often, boat operator negligence is the cause of boating accidents. This could be due to being distracted, drowsy, or, as is sometimes the case, operating the boat while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Florida has one of the most victim-friendly statutes of limitations in the country. The statute of limitations sets the amount of time in which you have to get your personal injury claim filed against the liable party. Individuals who are injured in Miami boating accidents will have up to four years after the date of the accident and/or their diagnosed injuries to get their lawsuit filed.
Being aware of when the statute of limitations expires is critically important to your case. If your lawsuit is not filed before the statute of limitations runs out, then you will no longer have the right to seek compensation from the liable party in Florida civil courts, as the judge presiding over your case will be obligated to dismiss your claim.
Our firm proudly offers complimentary consultations to injury victims across Miami and its surrounding cities. You can take advantage of this opportunity by filling out the quick contact form below or giving our office a call at 954-860-8434.
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