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The most common injuries in boating accidents are shocks, bleeding, burns, broken bones, head, neck, or spinal injuries. Responsible vessel operators keep waterproof first-aid kits and take certified courses in first aid and CPR.
Many boating accidents result in minor injuries like bruises or cuts, however, when a collision with another vessel is involved, the injuries are usually severe. Boating disasters can result in tragic injuries, including:
For quality legal representation, please contact our personal injury attorneys at Sacramento & Elk Grove-based John M. O'Brien & Associates by calling 1-800-722-4176 or send us an email and someone from our office will be in touch with you shortly.
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