Boat & Jet Ski Accidents

Boating on Lake Hartwell, Broadway Lake, Lake Keowee or at the beach is a very popular activity in South Carolina. However, a boating accident can quickly turn a day of fun into a trip to the hospital. If you were injured on a boat or Jet Ski because of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.

Pruitt & Pruitt provides legal help to boat accident victims and their families. We understand that you may need long-term medical care for a serious injury. Our personal injury lawyers will fight for the compensation you need to recover. To make an appointment, please call 864-224-3121 or send an e-mail.

Boat accidents and Jet Ski injuries can be caused by:

  • Collisions
  • Capsizing or sinking
  • Alcohol-related incidents
  • Vehicle defects or malfunctions
  • Running aground
  • Being thrown overboard
  • Being run over while swimming
  • Failure to keep safety equipment on board

People who are in an accident on a boat or personal watercraft may suffer very serious injuries such as head injuries, broken bones and spinal injuries. They are also at risk for drowning and wrongful death.

We will investigate the cause of your accident to determine who was at fault. Medical experts, economists and rehabilitation specialists can help us prove the impact of your injuries, the cost of your medical care and the loss of your future income.

Having an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side can make a big difference. Please call our office at 864-224-3121.

Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you.

J. Calhoun Pruitt, Jr. is an experienced boater, boat captain, and former Commander of the Lake Hartwell Power Squadron.

To make an appointment, please call 864-224-3121 or use the form on this page to send us a note!

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