Boating Accidents

Florida Boat Accident Injury Attorney

Southwest Florida is an excellent place for boating and recreation on the water. When accidents on our waterways occur, however, the injuries can be extremely serious and the determination of liability for those responsible for the accident can be difficult. Contact a proven Florida personal injury lawyer immediately if you or a loved one has been seriously hurt in any boating accident.

Rapid, Highly Skilled Crash Investigation

Time is critical in a boating accident investigation. Attorney Thomas C. Chase, along with highly qualified accident investigators when needed, will move quickly after your boating accident to preserve any wreckage and other evidence that may prove to be valuable in your case. In addition, we will make every attempt to secure witness statements and other information on what happened.

A variety of factors can contribute to a boating accident or other tragic event on the water. Tom Chase has represented plaintiffs in personal injury cases involving:

  • Jet skis and other high-speed personal watercraft causing wrongful death
  • Inexperienced boaters
  • Negligent boat captains that have injured passengers

Building a Case to Recover Compensation for You

As in all personal injury negotiation and litigation, Tom Chase believes in building the most detailed, compelling case possible for you to recover damages after a boating accident or jet ski injury. His vast experience enables him to dig deep into and investigate all possible leads that may establish liability for the accident.

Call 239-645-4293 to Discuss Your Boating Accident Injuries

If you have suffered a head injury, back injury, fractures, lacerations or other serious consequences of a boat crash, please do not wait to take action. Contact the Fort Myers, Florida, Law Offices of Tom Chase to discuss the best way to pursue compensation. We handle personal injury cases on a contingency basis— which means you will not pay any attorney's fees unless you succeed in recovering damages.