We Hold Reckless Boaters Responsible For Accidents

As with any motorized vehicles, a collision between two boats can cause serious injuries or death. Like automobile accidents, many boating accidents are caused by people who have been drinking. And like drunk drivers, drunk boaters (or Jet Ski operators) need to be held responsible for the injuries they cause.

Drunk boating isn’t the only cause of boating accidents. Reckless boating, speeding and failing to pay attention to others in the water — water-skiers, Jet Skiers and other boaters — can have serious consequences. However, recklessness and negligence in operating a boat can be particularly difficult to prove. It helps to have an experienced lawyer on your side. At Culpepper Kurland, we represent people injured in boating accidents in the Tampa Bay area.

We Will Look At All Options To Help Your Case

A defective boat part or bad design can also cause a boat captain to lose control. Proving a products liability case involving a boating accident can require the help of engineering and accident reconstruction experts.

Our firm is dedicated to getting results for injured people and for families grieving the loss of loved ones in drunk boating accidents. At the law office of Culpepper Kurland, our attorneys have been protecting the rights of injured people in the Tampa Bay area for more than 10 years.

Bringing one of our experienced personal injury attorneys into your case as soon as possible after your injury will give us the best chance to gather and preserve evidence. We will analyze that evidence with the help of investigative experts and medical experts. We will then develop a strategy to resolve your claim as successfully as possible.

Contact Us Anytime For A Free Case Evaluation

If you were injured in a boating accident in the Tampa Bay area, you need to understand your options for financial recovery. Contact the law office of Culpepper Kurland online or call us at 813-217-5647 to schedule a free consultation.

Client Stories

 
Imagine you are driving along minding your own business when a semi hits a median after crossing three lanes of traffic, blocking your lane. Unable to stop in time, you strike the truck’s cab with your much smaller vehicle. We don’t have to imagine that scenario because one of our clients lived it. Though he was unable to walk away from the crash without injury, we were able to help him walk away from the incident with a settlement that will make things easier for him and his family.