Two Watercrafts Involved in a Collision, One Injured

Lerner & Rowe Injury Attorneys

Bullhead City, AZ. (July 5th, 2018)- After receiving serious injuries, one person was flown to a hospital in Las Vegas. The injuries occurred in a collision between two watercrafts, Thursday afternoon close to Davis Dam.

According to Lori Viles, Bullhead City Fire Department spokeswoman, around 3:15 p.m. on Thursday, the Bullhead City Fire Department responded to the high-impact collision between two watercrafts at the North Beach area of Davis Camp, off Highway 68.

Viles stated that one patient who required a tourniquet for a severe upper arm injury was pulled out of the water. The incident remains under investigation.

Battalion Chief Craig Stephenson ordered an airship respond to Davis Camp. A decision to transfer the patient to Western Arizona Regional Medical Center by ground ambulance was made shortly after the request.

Compensation After a Maritime Accident

No one is ever prepared to be in an accident involving two watercrafts (or more)! However, you can improve the chances of receiving the best possible compensation when tragedy strikes.

First, take necessary precautions before getting behind the wheel and boating. Second, contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys to learn what a boat accident attorney can possible assist you with after an auto accident.

If you are involved in a watercraft-related accident that is not your fault, you might receive financial compensation. This compensation can assist with paying medical bills, cover missed time from work and help ensure a better quality of life after a wreck. A personal injury law firm, such as Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys, can help you seek the most money possible.

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