West Palm Beach Boating Accident Lawyer David Glatthorn Demands Justice
Boating accidents are common in West Palm Beach, Florida. With so many people in so many boats year-round, accidents are bound to happen. When they do and such accidents are caused by someone else, that person should be held responsible.
Boating accidents cover a wide range. Drowning accidents are the most common. Sometimes, someone slips and falls off a boat and drowns. Other times, accidents happen before the person even gets on the boat. Docks can be extremely dangerous places.
And while some boating injuries are minor, serious injuries happen all the time on boats. Head and neck injuries are common. Unfortunately, people also die in boating accidents. If your family is dealing with the loss of a loved one, you may have grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit.
Boating Accidents - Palm Beach Florida Attorneys
"This might be your only opportunity for justice. Seize it. And the sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you get the compensation you rightfully deserve. Don't delay. The longer people wait, the tougher it gets to develop a successful case."
Florida boating accidents demand strong legal action. Contact David Glatthorn
No matter what kind of accident you're dealing with, Florida boating accident lawyer David Glatthorn can help. He is well-versed in boating accident law, grounded in maritime law and "negligent entrustment" issues and can fight for your rights regardless of the complexity of your boating accident injury case.
Attorney Glatthorn has a well-earned reputation for his ability to ability to obtain large, often multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements. That's how he earned his membership in the prestigious "Million Dollar Advocates Forum," an organization reserved for lawyers who have obtain a verdict or settlement worth over $1 million for a client. Less than 1 percent of lawyers in America belong to the "Million Dollar Advocates Forum."
Expect more. Contact attorney Glatthorn. Call 800-990-9394 and schedule a free case evaluation. Best of all, he works on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay nothing if you don't win.