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Category: Florida Boat Accident Law

Failing to Provide Adequate Instruction to Personal Watercraft and Motor Boat Renters Could Cost Concessionaires

October 1, 2010 Florida Boat Accident Law

Many times Florida personal watercraft and motor boat concessionaires rent watercraft without providing the renters with adequate, if any, instruction. Several people renting these vessels have little or no operational experience. This is a recipe for disaster. If you were injured because the rental company did not provide you with […]

Passengers / Guests Injured When the Boat they were on Collided with a Wrecked Vessel – Who is Responsible?

September 6, 2010 Florida Boat Accident Law

Often times after a hurricane or strong ‘Noreaster, many boaters strike unmarked vessels wrecked in the storm. Often times, these collisions cause personal injuries to the passengers and guests onboard the moving boat. The question often becomes, who is responsible? There are 3 possible answers. The Owner of the Wrecked […]