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Have You Been Injured in a Boating Accident? You May be Eligible for Compensation

Whether you were hurt while on a cruise ship, were on a boat for work, or were simply riding your own boat for fun, boating injuries are no joke. Regardless of where you were or what you were doing, if you were the victim of someone else’s recklessness or negligence, then we want to make sure that you get the compensation you’re entitled to.

At Gilbert & Smallman, we have experience with a wide variety of personal injury cases and can help with cases throughout the state of Florida. In fact, we have three offices throughout the state and each of our attorneys are licensed to handle cases anywhere in Florida, along with Federal Courts in the Southern District of Florida. Read on to learn more about cases involving boating accidents and then call us for your free case evaluation.

We can help with accidents in recreational vessels

In Florida, we’re proud of how popular or beaches for both locals and tourists. There are so many things to do on our shores, but people must be sure to follow all rules and regulations when they’re operating yachts, jet skis, boats, etc. Unfortunately, they don’t always follow this advice. If you were injured in a recreational vessel as the result of someone else’s recklessness or negligence, call Gilbert & Smallman today.

We can help with accidents on cruise ships

Is there anything more relaxing than taking off on a cruise and letting the staff take care of your every need? If you end up injured because that staff is negligent or reckless, then yes – there are many more relaxing things!

We believe that if you’re injured as the direct or indirect result of the staff’s actions then you should receive compensation for your injuries. We will work passionately to ensure you are able to recover what you’re owed. Remember that there are different laws that pertain to what happens on a cruise ship compared to what happens on land. For example, these cases must  be litigated in Federal Court and the statute of limitations is different. You must work with an office like Gilbert & Smallman that’s familiar with these differences.

No matter what the specifics are, if you were injured while working on a boat, or you weren’t even on the boat when a boat injured you, we are here to help. Contact a Florida personal injury attorney today for your free case evaluation.

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