There was a boating collision on Lake Martin in Alabama on July 30, 2022. During the incident, a bass boat collided with a recreational boat on the lake at approximately 2:45 on Saturday morning. The collision occurred in Kowaliga Bay near the Anchor Bay Marina. There were three people injured as a result of the incident.
There have been a number of recent incidents involving vessels. There was an explosion on the tug boat BLUE DRAGON on July 23, 2022. There was a fire on board the cargo ship NOVA on July 26, 2022. A sail boat capsized near Shamrock Cove, Texas on July 28, 2022. A 30-foot boat caught fire at the Cove Marina in Norwalk, Connecticut on July 29, 2022. There was a collision between the cruise ship Norwegian Pearl and the fishing boat Gabby G off the coast of Nantucket, Massachusetts on July 30, 2022.
A recreational boating accident can be the result of many factors, including: human error, weather conditions, equipment failure, poor maintenance practices, waves caused by other vessels, or a lack of equipment. An incident can often be a result of a combination of the above factors. Ultimately though, many of these incidents are preventable. Over 5,000 boating accidents occur each year, resulting in over 700 deaths. However, most of these accidents are preventable if boaters take the proper precautions.
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The experienced and aggressive vessel accident attorneys at Spagnoletti Law Firm can help you understand your rights if you or a loved one was a victim of a maritime disaster. There are strict and short time limits on making claims related to maritime injuries, so please contact us online or call 713-804-9306 or 877-678-5864 to learn more about your rights.