Orlando Boating Accident Lawyer Boating is a popular recreational activity in Florida, but boating accidents can leave you with significant injuries and property damage.

The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine may be able to help you secure compensation for the harm you suffered because of someone else’s negligent actions in an Orlando boating accident. A lawyer from our team will review your injuries and options during a free consultation.

At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we represent boating accident victims in Florida based on contingency. If we handle your case, you will owe us attorney’s fees only if we recover financial awards in your case, either through a settlement agreement or a court verdict.

For a free legal consultation with a boating accidents lawyer serving Orlando, call (800) 747-3733

Recoverable Damages Based on Your Orlando Boat Accident Injuries and Expenses

You may be able to pursue and secure compensatory damages for the expenses and losses you experienced with help from our lawyer, who handles boating accidents in the Orlando area. This means you can recover the value of the money damages you lost if we can prove:

  • Someone else’s negligence caused your injuries
  • The current and future expenses and losses you incurred as a result

Some examples of recoverable damages in a boating collision or other accident include:

  • Current medical bills
  • Future medical treatment
  • Ongoing care and support for permanent injuries
  • Lost wages and related benefits
  • Diminished ability to earn
  • Additional expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish

We also have attorneys who pursue wrongful death damages for our clients. You may be eligible if your family member died after an Orange County boating accident and you meet the other criteria outlined in Florida Statutes §768.21. We will assess your case for you for free.

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How the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Serves Orlando Accident Victims

If you were hurt in any type of accident caused by another person, our team may be able to help. Our personal injury litigation attorneys know how these laws work in Florida. We can determine your legal options and design a plan to prove:

  • Someone’s careless or reckless actions caused your accident
  • Your injuries occurred as a result of their actions
  • You incurred financial damages as a result

If we work together on your case, you can trust us to go the extra mile to provide the responsive legal care that you need and expect. We can update you regularly about what is happening and any upcoming events. We will represent your best interests and fight to protect your rights to an appropriate award.

When it comes to helping our clients with their injury cases, we encourage them to focus on their treatment and healing. We believe you should worry about getting better while we take care of everything else.

We want to help our clients get back on their feet financially and ensure they do not have to cover the costs of the accident. When a negligent party causes injuries, the victim should not have to endure additional harm because of the cost of treatment they need. We are here for you, standing by to review your case today for free.

We need to act quickly because there are deadlines for suing the negligent boater. At the very latest, this likely includes:

Some cases have deadlines much sooner.

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Who Is Liable for My Orlando Boating Accident?

If we represent you in your Orlando boating incident and injury case, we will take steps to identify all potentially liable parties and investigate to build a case against them. We generally will need to show that they had an obligation to do something and did not, such as failing to follow a rule or safety protocol that would have protected you.

According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the regulations boat owners and drivers must follow vary depending on the type of vessel. A violation of any of these regulations could support a lawsuit if they caused your injuries.

Boating Accidents and Injuries

Many things go wrong out on the water. This is especially true when boaters are drinking, using drugs, or lack the experience necessary for the type of vessel they are driving. Some types of boating accidents that occur on our lakes, rivers, and other area waterways include:

  • Boat collisions
  • Getting hit by a boat while swimming
  • Falling overboard because of an incident
  • A motorboat hits a kayak, Jet Ski or another type of personal watercraft, or other smaller vessel
  • Incidents involving rented pontoon boats or other rental vessels

Boat accident injuries can vary from scratches and bruises to catastrophic injuries and death.

Boaters usually are not wearing seat belts, as they would in other types of vehicle collisions. This means they often fall into the water, are thrown into other objects, and experience other serious mechanisms of injury. Propellers can also do serious harm to those in the water.

Some types of boat accident injuries include:

  • Head and brain injuries
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Serious lacerations
  • Amputations
  • Other limb injuries
  • Internal injuries

A boating accident could occur almost any time you are on the water. This could include when visiting Lake Eola downtown, fishing at Turkey Lake Park, spending time with friends at Moss Park, or wildlife spotting on the St. Johns River.

If you were hurt while on one of the many waterways in Orange County or another nearby area, the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine is here to discuss your accident and injuries.

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Speak with Our Orlando Team About Your Boat Accident Injuries

We have a team member ready to review your case now for free. We can explain how a lawyer from the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine who handles boating accidents in the Orlando area may be able to help you with your case. You can reach our Orlando location of the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine now by calling (407) 500-4000.