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Boat Accidents

Boat Accident Lawyers discuss Negligence

NY boat accident lawyers at the F&A injury law firm discuss negligence on the water as the Spring boat season begins. If you have been in a boat accident, you may wonder who is responsible. Should someone be held accountable for the damage and injuries resulting from the accident? Just as with a car accident, often a person was negligent which resulted in the accident. Negligence is defined as the failure to act with reasonable care. To prove negligence it must be proven that the person at fault failed to act with reasonable care and this directly caused the accident in...

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What to do if you are in a Boat Accident

Boating is a fun summer activity for many. While we hope you have a relaxing time on your boat this summer, we realize accidents do happen. Knowing how to handle an accident is important. When boat accidents occur, injury is possible. In addition, the damage to the boat may make it no longer safe to drive back to shore. It may not even remain afloat. Therefore, drowning is a risk. Boat accident lawyer, Frekhtman & Associates, wants you to be aware of how to handle a boat accident should you face one. Check for Injuries Just as if you are in a car...

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Boat Accident Lawyer reveals Who’s Getting Hurt

By definition accidents are random events that strike anytime and anywhere. So it doesn't seem useful to determine what type of person suffers these casualties. And yet the US Coast Guard compiled the following operator statistics for incidents in 2013, the latest year for complete data. The information shows that certain types of people are affected by accidents more than others. The most common age for accidents is 36 to 55 years old, which involved 1,797 vessels, 1016 injuries, and 214 deaths. Next were those over 55 with 1056 vessels, 473 injuries, and 168 deaths. The 26-35 age group came in...

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