Austin Boating Accident Lawyers
Our Austin Injury Attorneys Are Here To Protect Your Rights
Thousands are injured each year in boating accidents due to negligent behavior. Accidents may occur at any level of boating, including commercial and cruise line vessels and small pleasure crafts. Motor vehicle accidents often arise from violations of driving rules and laws. There are similar boating rules, established by the Coast Guard and various state agencies that outline the rules for safe boating.
When these rules are ignored and negligent behavior causes an accident, our Austin injury lawyers believe the responsible party should be held accountable. We make it our business to strive for a just outcome for our clients. If you were injured in a boating accident and you are seeking compensation to cover lost wages, medical expenses or physical therapy costs, we can help.
Contact us to reach our Austin injury lawyers at David Komie Law.
Common Causes Of Boating Accidents
Boating injuries arise for a variety of reasons, many of them preventable. It is important to assess if the accident that caused your injury happened because of negligent behavior. If you suspect that someone’s careless actions lead to your accident, it is of vital importance that you speak to an attorney.
What was the cause of your accident?
- Operator error or inexperience
- Distracted or reckless operation of a boat
- Operating a boat while intoxicated
- Use of excessive speed
- Improper safety precautions
If any of the above or any other type of recklessness led to your injury
call (512) 640-2050 right away to speak to an Austin injury attorney.
How Can Our Austin Boating Accident Attorneys Help
David Komie Law, understands what is required of boat owners and operators to have a safe time on the water. It is this experience that allows our firm to be ahead of others who may not have the insight we bring to the table. We have a diverse and informed approach to building cases for our clients and with thousands of cases handled, our success rate speaks for itself.