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Parasailing Accident Attorney

Much Needed Help Provided by this Fort Lauderdale Parasailing Accident Attorney

This Fort Lauderdale Parasailing Accident Lawyer helps clients who have been gravely injured in parasailing accidents. Parasailing is an activity wherein a person is towed by a boat while attached to a devise similar to a parachute. The person typically dangles in the air, while the boat carries them across the water. Parasailers are typically towed at extreme heights.

Parasailing is typically an activity that is done at the beach. Multiple people may parasail at the same time.

While fun, parasailing can also be extremely dangerous. Problems with parachutes, for example, can cause parasailers to fail from the air and sustain catastrophic injuries. Between 1998 and 2013, six people died due to parasailing accidents in the State of Florida.

The parasailing industry has been found to be largely very unregulated. As such, legislation has been passed in the State Legislature in Tallahassee to attempt to make the industry more safe, but the activity continues to be very unsafe. Mr. Quackenbush represents people injured in parasailing accidents throughout the State of Florida.

Call this Fort Lauderdale Parasailing Accident Law Firm for a free, no obligation consultation. He can be reached at 954-448-7288. If he becomes your lawyer, Mr. Quackenbush will work on contingency – which means that there is absolutely no risk to you whatsoever because Mr. Quackenbush will not get paid until you’ve made a recovery in your case.

Important Client Advice from this Fort Lauderdale Parasailing Accident Lawyer

Parasailing accidents can be caused by various factors. For one, parasail operators frequently operate their boats in dangerous weather conditions. For example, parasail operators may continue to operate even though it becomes extremely windy – and this can cause devastating accidents.

Parasailing operators also frequently use defective and subpar equipment and gear.

Parasailing operators oftentimes use rope of the wrong strength (i.e., too weak). When this happens, the rope can break (causing parasailers to fall to the ocean and sustain devastating injuries).

Another danger caused by parasailing accidents is the inability of parasailers to disentangle themselves from their harnesses after falling to the ocean during a parasailing accident. This can cause tragic drowning as parasailers are unable to swim while attached to their harnesses.

Finally, parasailing operators may use defective parachutes – which can lead to parasailers falling to the ocean surface and sustaining catastrophic injuries.

This Broward County Parasailing Accident Law Firm Pursues Justice Passionately

One of the difficulties in pursuing a parasailing accident case is that the parasailing industry has been mostly uninsured. That is, most parasail operators have not carried insurance. However, recent legislation in the State Legislature in Tallahassee has made it illegal for a parasail operator to operate without insurance. This makes it much easier for this Broward County Parasailing Accident Attorney to get his clients injured in parasailing accidents compensated.

All sorts of injuries can result from parasailing accidents. Because parasailers ride at such elevated heights, they fall long distances when accidents happen. This can cause the water to feel like concrete when a parasailer hits. All sorts of orthopedic injuries can occur. These include broken and fractured bones. They also include brain injuries.

Many parasailing accidents result in tragic deaths. This Broward County Parasailing Accident Lawyer represents clients in their wrongful death cases. When the family of a lost loved one pursues a wrongful death case, a Personal Representative (typically one of the family members) will be appointed to act as the “Plaintiff,” bring the case, and represent the Estate of the deceased person. When the case settles, the proceeds will go to benefit the survivors or beneficiaries. The state of limitations for a wrongful death case in the State of Florida is two years, so it is important to contact Mr. Quackenbush as soon as possible.

This South Florida Parasailing Accident Attorney Provides Compassionate Representation

If you’ve been hurt in a parasailing accident occurring anyplace in the State of Florida, Mr. Quackenbush will happily give you a free, no obligation consultation. Call him at 954-448-7288. If you hire this South Florida Parasailing Accident Lawyer as your lawyer, he will work on contingency – which means that there is absolutely no risk to you whatsoever as you won’t be charged for his work until a recovery has been made in your case.

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