Santa Clarita Boating Accident Lawyer
Local Attorney Fighting for Big Results for YOU
In Southern California, water sports and boating excursions are a much-needed recreational escape from the heat. Unfortunately, these getaways can turn into disasters if an accident occurs. A run-in with a boat can lead to catastrophic injuries, including brain injury, spinal cord injury, and injuries leading to amputation.
At the Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser, we’re here for you. Our skilled legal team is backed by extensive resources and an experienced lawyer with more than two decades of experience. Let our award-winning professionals fight for the compensation you deserve!
Pursue compensation for your boat accident injuries by calling us at (661) 441-3446 for a free case evaluation!
Types of Boat Accident Cases We've Handled
Boating accidents can be caused by a number of different factors. The Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser will devote the time and resources necessary to conduct a thorough investigation on your behalf.
Boat accidents are commonly caused by:
- Collision with other vessels
- Collision with submerged objects
- Accidents with a towable device
- Falling overboard
- Sinking or capsizing
- Fires or explosions
- Being struck by a propeller or boat
- Carbon monoxide poisoning from exhaust
Whatever the situation you face, our team of legal professionals will provide you with individual attention, regular updates on case proceedings, and passionate advocacy.
What Injuries Can You Suffer from a Boating Accident?
Boating is a popular recreational activity enjoyed by millions around the world. However, like any water-based activity, it comes with inherent risks, and accidents can lead to a wide range of injuries. These injuries can vary in severity from minor scrapes to life-threatening conditions. Understanding the potential injuries that can occur during a boating accident is essential for boaters to take necessary precautions and respond effectively in case of an emergency.
- Drowning: Drowning is a grave risk associated with boating accidents. When a boat capsizes, collides with another vessel, or experiences mechanical failure, individuals onboard can be thrown into the water, leading to potential drowning if they are unable to swim or reach safety.
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI): Head injuries are common in boating accidents, particularly in cases where individuals are thrown against hard surfaces during a collision or are struck by objects on the boat. TBIs can range from concussions to severe brain damage and may have long-lasting effects.
- Bone Fractures and Dislocations: The impact of a boat collision or fall can cause bone fractures and dislocations in various parts of the body, such as the arms, legs, ribs, and spine. These injuries can be painful and may require immediate medical attention.
- Lacerations and Contusions: Sharp objects on a boat, debris in the water, or even the impact of a collision can result in cuts, lacerations, and bruises. These injuries, while often not life-threatening, can be painful and may lead to infection if not treated promptly.
- Internal Injuries: The force of a boating accident can cause internal injuries, such as organ damage or internal bleeding, which may not be immediately apparent. These injuries can be serious and require urgent medical evaluation.
- Psychological Trauma: Boating accidents can be emotionally traumatic for survivors. Witnessing injuries or fatalities, or experiencing a life-threatening situation, can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other psychological issues.
Call an Attorney with 20+ Years of Experience
Our firm is able to devote one-on-one attention to you and your case. This has enabled us to achieve great success for clients in the past, providing legal solutions that are tailor-fit to our clients’ needs and circumstances. Our team will advocate for compensation that covers your medical bills, any lost wages, pain and suffering, and other pertinent categories of expense. We fight to provide you with a safe, secure future!
Contact the Law Office of Robert J. Kaiser today to learn more about your case.