Dedicated Kansas City & Missouri Boat Accident Attorneys
Waterways, such as rivers and lakes, are popular destinations for families and individuals alike. Unfortunately, this level of activity can lead to accidents and injuries. If you or a loved one suffered an injury, it is important to contact our Kansas City boating accident attorneys to discuss your options regarding monetary compensation.
At Adler & Manson, our lawyers with more than 70 years of combined experience helping injured people recover compensation for lost wages, medical treatment, and pain and suffering. Our clients trust us to fully investigate every aspect of the accident to accurately determine liability, and work with the liable party’s insurance company to reach a settlement. If the insurance company is unwilling to arrive at a satisfactory settlement, we are confident in our ability to represent our clients through trial litigation.
Pursuing Maximum Compensation For Boat Accident Victims
When two boats collide, significant damage or injuries are often the result. When you retain our firm for your boat injury claim, our team of dedicated professionals will examine the accident and your injuries to determine what compensation can be recovered.
When a boat collides with a personal watercraft, there is a greater likelihood of significant injuries. Most small recreational watercraft lack the necessary safety equipment to properly protect a rider in the event of collision. Serious and catastrophic injuries such as damage to the head, neck and back, as well as brain injuries and amputation, are possible. It is important to contact a skilled Missouri personal injury law firm as soon as it is medically advisable.
Put Our Experience to Work for You
With more than 60 years of collective experience, you can be confident that our Kansas City boat accident attorneys have the knowledge you need when pursuing your claim. When you choose our firm, you can expect to receive highly personalized attention from a team that truly cares about getting you the money you need to move forward.