North Carolina Boating Accident Lawyers
We Help Take Away the Worry
North Carolina is home to dozens of lakes and hundreds of miles of coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, drawing residents and vacationers alike to take part in boating, fishing, and water sports. These activities can become dangerous in the presence of intoxicated boat operators or other types of negligence. When this occurs, Crumley Roberts is there. Our injury attorneys are here to help you through life’s most difficult moments.
If you or someone you love was injured in a boating accident, please do not hesitate to call our offices. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call. We will listen and take your concerns to heart to provide the support you need.
Understanding Your Rights After a Boat Accident
When a boat accident occurs, the injured will typically be left dealing with an insurance claim. This can prove exceedingly difficult, particularly if the insurance provider is being uncooperative or the victim is being blamed for causing the accident. Your North Carolina boating accident lawyer at Crumley Roberts can stand up for your rights to help you recover the compensation* you need for medical care and other losses you have experienced or may experience in the future.
When you come to our firm, you become a part of our family. We take on boat accident claims across North Carolina, including those involving:
- Boat Collisions
- Collisions with Fixed Objects
- Drug and Alcohol Use
- Jet Ski Accidents
- Cruise Ship Accidents
- Speeding-Related Accidents
- Defective Boat or Jet Ski Parts
We can handle every aspect of your claim so you can focus on healing. We can interview witnesses, work with local authorities, handle all communication with the insurance company, gather evidence, and work to negotiate a fair claim amount that covers all your expenses.
For more information and a free consultation, please call us at (866) 691-0607. We look forward to talking to you.
*Each case is different and must be evaluated on its individual merits. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in the future. We cannot guarantee or promise that we can achieve any particular result.