Boating Accident Attorneys Who Mean Business
Recreational boating is a popular pastime in West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. Residents and visitors enjoy a wide range of boating activities on our reservoirs, lakes and rivers. When people suffer injuries or wrongful death in a West Virginia, Ohio or Kentucky boat accident, the operator or boat owners may be held liable for damages. If you or a family member has suffered damages in a boat accident, contact our Tri-State boat accidents attorney to arrange a free initial consultation.
Know Your Rights — Protect Your Rights
Whether you are boating on a lake or river, you run the risk of serious injury. Other boaters might be on vacation or simply partying with friends and family. These boaters can crowd the waterways and become a danger by drinking too much or simply not following traditional boating rules. No matter the severity of your accident or resulting injuries, call our firm as soon as possible. We will fight to hold the at-fault parties responsible for their actions.
Let Us Help You Get The Compensation You Deserve For Your Injury
Our law firm serves clients from offices in Huntington West Virginia and the Tri-State area. We handle serious injury claims resulting from boat accidents on rivers, lakes and reservoirs:
- Drunk boaters — boating under the influence of alcohol
- Water skiing accidents
- Jet Ski accidents
- Failure to provide Personal Floatation Devices (PFD)
- Speeding — and other violations of Pennsylvania boating laws
Get The Compensation You Need To Move On With Your Life
At Greene Ketchum, we are fully committed to the needs of West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky workers, drivers and their families. Schedule a free consultation by calling or emailing our office. An experienced boat accident attorney in Huntington WV is just a phone call away.
Free Initial Consultations — No Fee Unless You Collect, Contact Greene Ketchum Bailey Farrell & Tweel.
We would be honored to review & consider your case. Call us at 304.525.9115 or submit your case online for prompt evaluation.