Our San Diego Maritime Law Firm understands that you have questions about your rights and safety, and are probably concerned what might happen to you if you were seriously injured on the water. After a serious boat accident involving a family member, you have a lot of decisions to make. Trouble is, the insurance company may be hounding you to sign forms, give a recorded statement, sign medical authorizations and the like.
Every year, thousands of people are injured in boat accidents and while working on vessels. There are many causes of boat and ship accidents, including:
- Vessel collisions
- Rules of Road violations
- Jones Act negligence
- Boating Accidents on the Colorado River
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- Tubing Accidents
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The list of potential causes of boating accidents is endless. Fortunately, there are laws that provide legal protection for victims who have been injured on personal watercrafts, houseboats, sailboats, cruise ships, fishing vessels, tows, tugs, rigs and other vessels on the water.
Speaker At Maritime Personal Injury Seminar
Bill Turley was invited to Lecture at the acclaimed Maritime Personal Injury Seminar.
The program is designed for attorneys and insurance adjusters to stay current on recent developments in Maritime Personal Injury Law and the Jones Act. It is quite an honor to be chosen to Speak at the Annual Maritime Personal Injury Seminar. Only two Plaintiff Maritime Lawyers from the West Coast were invited to speak.
State-Wide Boating Accident and Maritime Personal Injury Practice
We are asked to represent seriously injured boating accident and maritime accident victims and their family's across California. We can help you and your family too.
A Guide For You and Your Family
At The Turley & Mara Law Firm, APLC we promise to guide you through the complex Maritime legal process. This will allow you the time that is necessary to heal and get better. We will work hard to make sure you do not become a victim a second time by settling for less compensation than what you are rightfully due under the law. Contact us today so we can start helping you.