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Yuma Boating Accidents

Yuma Boat Accident Attorney

Yuma boating accident injuries range in severity, and are sometimes fatal. It is important that you contact a Yuma boat accident attorney at Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys as soon as you or a loved one have been seriously hurt or fatally injured in a boating accident.

Make one call to receive a free, personal consultation. Our personal injury law team wants to learn more about  your accident. So, give us the details, and we’ll help make you a case. Call our law offices directly to see if you may be entitled to compensation for any injuries or damages resulting from a boating accident.

Most Common Causes of Yuma Boat Accident Injuries

Many boating accidents in can be avoided by simply practicing common sense.

Having properly fitting life jackets, keeping a look out for other boats/personal water craft operators and following basic waterway rules can help significantly reduce your chances of a severe or fatal boating accident.

Common causes of boat accident injuries on Arizona lakes and also waterways include:

  • Slippery boat deck
  • Improper boat maintenance
  • Passengers acting recklessly
  • Proper safety gear is not on vessel
  • Boat operator is driving distracted
  • Boat operator is driving recklessly
  • Vessel collides with another boat or underwater object
  • Boat operator is driving under the influence of drugs and / or alcohol

After injuries in a boat accident, you need to report the incident within 48 hours to the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

No Fees Unless We Win!

A skilled boating accident attorney at Lerner and Rowe is your first line of defense after injuries from an accident. Our team is well versed in local and maritime laws. So, submit an online case review form now or call us at 928-344-6200 to schedule a free initial case evaluation. So, don’t wait – contact us today!