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HOUSTON BOAT ACCIDENT LAWYER

In Texas, hundreds of people are injured and many people are killed each
year in boating accidents.  The injuries and deaths are caused from boat
crashes, water ski accidents, jet ski wrecks, and on cruise ships.  Many of
these accidents are caused due to the negligence of the watercraft operator,
such as reckless driving, operator inexperience, failure to pay attention,
or boating while intoxicated.

INTOXICATION

Alcohol or drug consumption is the cause of many boating accidents.  In
fact, alcohol plays a role in 50% of all boating accidents.  Boating while
intoxicated is not only dangerous but it is also illegal.  It is punishable
by  up to 180 days in jail and a fine of up to $2,000 or both. Additionally,
the person's drivers' license may be suspended.

Our Houston Accident Attorney has seen many cases and understands how to proceed

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Many accidents and deaths occur on boats where the operator had not
received boating safety instruction.  Boater Education Course is required in
Texas for anyone born on or after September 1, 1993 to operate a personal
watercraft or motorboat with a motor greater than 15 horse power.
(http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/learning/boater_education/) Operating a
watercraft without having taken the required safety instruction is
not only dangerous but also  illegal.

Contact our Houston Accident Lawyer and get your case started

If you or a loved one is a victim of an boating accident, call the Law
Offices of Alexander M. Gurevich at (713) 224-9600 to connect with an
experienced  Houston accident attorney today. Your initial consultation is
free of charge, and if we agree to accept your case, we work on a contingent
fee basis. This means you pay for our services only if you receive a
monetary award or recovery of funds. Do not delay! Preserving evidence in
watercraft accidents, as with other accidents, is important, and sometimes
critical.

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