Boating and Jet-Ski Accidents, Injury and Death
Accidents involving speedboats, Jet-Skis and other personal watercraft can result from operator recklessness or negligence. In other cases, investigation reveals that the cause is a defect in the design or manufacture of the watercraft. If you have been seriously injured or tragically lost a family member in an accident on the water, you need representation by a law firm with extensive relevant experience.
At The Redfearn Law Firm, advocates for the seriously injured since 1984, we represent people hurt in boating accidents on Lake of the Ozarks and other waterways throughout Missouri and Kansas. Our legal team will move promptly to offer clear counsel, recover critical evidence and protect your legal rights to just compensation.
You can count on personal attention and genuine compassion when you choose to contact our widely-respected, trial-proven lawyers. Your recovery will be our mission, and we are also committed to exposing dangerous water vehicles and recklessness in the effort to protect others from injury-causing accidents.
Our successes in significant cases include a confidential settlement obtained for a boat passenger who suffered severe leg injuries due to a boat defect that led to a hull fracture. We also earned a settlement just before trial after a Wave Runner collision resulting from one rider's recklessness on the water.
You may be facing the prospect of staggering medical bills, inability to work, permanent disability or life without the care and companionship of a loved one. You deserve compensation if an accident was caused by drunk or intoxicated boating, speeding, failure to obey other boating laws or a manufacturer's negligence.
Our decades of experience covers wrongful-death litigation and many complex product liability actions as well as cases of boater negligence. To speak directly with a lawyer who will care about your case and look at every legal issue to help you, contact us anytime.
Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits. Missouri Supreme Court Rule 4-7.1.