New York City is built on the water. Much of the city is actually on the water and many New Yorkers either travel on the water or work on or near the water every day. This level of activity on or near the water also includes the possibility of accidents and serious injuries happening.
New Yorkers and visitors to our cities often take advantage of traveling by water. Ferries, water taxis, party boats, fishing boats, charter boats, and cruise ships all carry passengers in our waters. When accidents happen on these boats, it is important to document what has happened as thoroughly as possible to help build a strong case.
Dock building can be a dangerous profession. Working on, near or under the water adds a layer of risk that few other professions have to contend with. While most dock workers are highly skilled and understand the precautions they need to take to be safe, accidents can still happen.
Our firm has extensive experience in crafting the most highly effective personal injury cases for our clients. If you were injured in a boating or dock building accident, we can help you.
Since 1992, Raphaelson & Levine Law Firm has been delivering the exceptional personal injury representation people need. Our skill and experience as litigators have allowed us to recover hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. The record of results has earned us recognition as a premier personal injury firm. We have also been featured in New York’s Top Verdicts & Settlements and New York’s Top Personal Injury Litigators.
We are proud of those results not just for the reputation it has helped us earn, but also because of what those results have actually meant to the clients we have helped. Our commitment is to help ensure that our clients have what they need to help them through their recovery, and we are most proud of having been able to fulfill that mission.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a boating or dock build accident, our attorneys can help you pursue all available compensation. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 212-268-3222.