There is nothing more exhilarating than being on the open water and enjoying a day of boating, sailing, or jet skiing. However, when you are out there on the water, you don’t realize how dangerous, or even deadly, boating can really be. But the truth is that boats are just as dangerous as a car or any other motor vehicle on the roadway. What makes matters worse is that many people do not take their responsibility on the water very seriously and they often engage in dangerous behavior. When an operator on the water is negligent and becomes careless or inattentive, accidents happen. Most boating accidents occur due to negligence, inexperience, speeding, or alcohol. If you have been a victim in a boating accident, contact Hepburn, Hernandez and Jung Trial Attorneys and let us fight for you to get the compensation you deserve.
The attorneys at Hepburn, Hernandez and Jung will fight aggressively on your behalf if you have been involved in a boating accident. In California, there are various state and federal laws governing boating on waterways. Often times operators are required to take boating safety courses, maintain proper equipment, and follow proper procedures when boating in certain designated areas. If the operator of a boat fails to maintain their equipment or operates their vessel in a negligent manner, and someone is injured or killed, that person may be liable for your injuries. Injuries may include broken bones, head and neck injuries, loss of limbs, and even death. At Hepburn, Hernandez and Jung, we will thoroughly investigate the accident, collect incident reports, consult with experts, and make sure that you get the treatment you need. With the experience of over 100 jury trials, HHJ knows how to fight in court, and we know how to win. Let Hepburn, Hernandez and Jung Trial Attorneys be with you every step of the way to make sure you get the full recovery you deserve.
Call Hepburn, Hernandez and Jung today for a free case consultation and let us help you obtain the justice you deserve from your boating accident.