Michigan Boating Injury Lawyer
WHEREAS, surrounded by the Great Lakes, Michigan’s beaches and waters attract millions of citizens and visitors each year for activities including swimming, fishing, water – skiing and boating; maintaining the safety of all people on Michigan waters is of utmost importance; and,
WHEREAS, boating accidents can occur on smooth or turbulent waters, and it does not matter if the boater is an amateur or an expert; and,
WHEREAS, in Michigan, the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Department of Natural Resources offer safe boating courses, vessel safety checks, marine safety and search and rescue activities to encourage safe boating practices; and,
WHEREAS, during this week, we urge all citizens and boaters in Michigan to help keep our waters safe and fun by making boating safety the first priority, and to always wear a life jacket while on board;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Rick Snyder, governor of Michigan, do hereby proclaim Saturday, May 17, through Friday, May 23, 2014, as Michigan Safe Boating Week.
People are injured every boating season because they fail to abide by Michigan’s boating laws. Here’s a link to the handbook of Michigan boating laws and driver responsibilities. Our firm asks each and every captain to take 10 minutes to review the rules and regulations. It’ll make you a more informed Michigander.
And Remember, if you’ve been injured because of someone’s negligent driving, then you might have Michigan boating accident personal injury claim. Goodwin & Scieszka is here to help you. Let our experienced, compassionate and brilliant lawyers fight for you. Don’t try to take on the insurance companies and legal system by yourself.
We have the resources, skill and grit to get you the justice you deserve. Our Michigan personal injury attorneys will investigate any boating mishap case with no charge or legal fees unless and until we win money for you. Remember, at Goodwin & Scieszka we fight for you.