Unsafe Boaters Put Everyone At Risk
Rivers and lakes throughout northwestern Georgia and south Tennessee offer some of the best water recreation in the United States. Every year, thousands of people come to the region to fish, water ski, Jet Ski or participate in many other recreational water activities. Unfortunately, many boaters are inexperienced or negligent in the safe operation of their watercraft. Boaters who mix alcohol with their fun put everyone on the water in danger of accidents and serious injuries.
Serving Clients Throughout Northwest Georgia And Southeast Tennessee
If you were injured in a boating accident in northwest Georgia or south Tennessee, talk to a lawyer on the personal injury litigation team at McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, LLP, in Dalton, Georgia. We have been protecting the rights of people injured in negligence accidents for more than 80 years.
Boat accident claims are tough because there are no skid marks on the waves. We will thoroughly investigate the accident, including eyewitness testimony, records and reports. When necessary, we will work with independent professional experts to help us investigate and prepare the strongest case possible for full and fair money recovery for your injuries and financial damages.
Boat Passenger Injuries
Remember, if you were injured while riding as a passenger in a boat operated by a negligent or drunk boat driver, you are entitled to seek compensation from the insurance company responsible for the boat owner’s liability. You may also be able to collect from other sources of insurance or compensation. We pursue every strategy to help you get the money damages you are entitled to.
Experienced Chattanooga, Tennessee, Recreational Boating Accident Lawyers
From our offices in Dalton, Georgia, our attorneys provide legal counsel and representation for clients throughout northwest Georgia and southeastern Tennessee. Call us at 706-508-4292 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced Dalton boating accident lawyers today.