Mistakes to Avoid After an Atlanta Boat Accident

Were you or a loved one injured in a boat accident? Listen to these mistakes to avoid after an Atlanta boat accident then give us a call.


What mistakes should I avoid after a boat accident?


One thing that we often see that is harmful to a boat accident claim is that the people involved have failed to take steps to preserve evidence. Evidence can be lost very quickly, especially in boat accidents, and it’s essential to preserve any evidence that can be gathered related to the claim. If that evidence is not preserved, it’s very unlikely that we’ll ever be able to find it later on. It’s essential to make sure pictures are taken and any physical evidence is preserved, including clothing or other items on the boat that may show the extent of the impact and injuries.

Another thing that we see that harms these cases is clients who have waited too long to go seek medical attention. If you have been injured, go seek attention from medical professionals immediately. Make sure that your injuries are documented, even if they are minor injuries. Minor injuries often turn into major injuries, and it’s important to have them documented as soon as possible. Also, it’s extremely important to hire the right attorney and to do so quickly after the accident. If you hire an attorney who’s not experienced handling boating cases, you may lose evidence and you may not have your case preserved to the extent necessary to pursue it.

Were you or a loved seriously injured while boating and have questions about what mistakes to avoid after an Atlanta boat accident? Contact the experienced Atlanta boat accident lawyer at Gunnels Injury Law today to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.