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Plaintiffs Seek $100M in Motorboat Accident

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

An Indiana couple is seeking $100 million in damages from Daniel Towriss, the CEO of a major insurance company, after they allege Towriss caused the boat accident that caused Lauren Silagyi to sustain a permanent brain injury. Silagyi was celebrating her 33rd birthday. The couple alleges that Towriss had a cocktail and some portion… Read More »

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Rental Boat Sinks in Shark-Infested Waters

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The company that rented two men a boat that sank off the coast of Dunedin is now being sued by the men though they suffered no serious physical injuries. The two men claim that they were stranded in “shark-infested” waters for the duration of the time between the boat sinking and their rescue. The… Read More »

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Estate Of Miami Marlins Pitcher Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuits

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The estate of former Marlins pitcher, Jose Fernandez, settled a wrongful death claim involving a fatal boating accident. Police reports claimed the Fernandez was responsible for the accident but his attorney, Ralph Fernandez, claimed that state investigators had jumped to conclusions and then buried or manipulated evidence that would have exonerated the former all-star…. Read More »

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Four Reasons You Need a Miami Boat Accident Attorney

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

If you or a loved one suffered a serious injury while aboard a boat, cruise ship, or other watercraft (e.g., jet ski, sea-doo, etc.), retaining the services of an experienced Miami boating accident lawyer is critically important to protect your rights and ensure you are properly compensated for your harms and losses. You may… Read More »

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Boating Accidents and Your Legal Rights

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Florida is well known as a prime boating destination. There are a myriad of boats, cruise ships, and yachts that dock on the Florida coasts each and every year. This probably explains why Florida experiences the most boat accidents each year. If you or a loved one was seriously injured in a boating accident,… Read More »

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Boating Accidents: The Complication Of Proving Negligence

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Boating on the open water provides year-round fun in Florida. But when accidents happen, the fun stops and the process of recovering from an injury begins. Part of the recovery process may include filing a personal injury claim to seek compensation for injuries. While boating claims are similar to other types of personal injury… Read More »

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Boating Accidents: A Major Problem in Miami Area

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

When Miami area residents want to relax and enjoy the wonderful, sunny Florida climate, they often go boating. And why not? The ocean is right there for everyone to enjoy. Boaters can have fun with watersports, fishing, or just floating along while enjoying time with family and friends. But unfortunately, boating occasionally doesn’t turn… Read More »

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So What Is Maritime Law?

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Maritime law is an important niche practice in Florida and other nearby water-bordering states. Maritime, or admiralty, law is what governs our common waters. Cruise ship accidents, private boating accidents, or jet ski accidents leading to personal injuries may invoke this area of the law. Lawsuits involving waterways can be very difficult to litigate… Read More »

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Boats and Personal Injuries: What You Need to Know

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

While the rest of the country prepares for fall, Florida residents are still getting the most out of summer. With the kids back at school, some of us may even be able to enjoy the weather more than we did in the warmer months, particularly if you own watercraft. Regardless of whether boating is… Read More »

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