Scuba Diving Accidents
California provides some of the best scuba diving experiences the world has to offer. Every year, thousands of coastal residents and visitors from around the world come to the region to receive scuba certification and use dive shops and boating services to enjoy their unique pastime. Even though most dive schools and outfitters pass certification requirements, there are still serious injuries and deaths that occur on boat decks and under the surface of the ocean every year as a result of the negligence of a dive instructor, boat operator or dive shop.
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Representing Divers Injured In Scuba And Snorkeling Accidents In California
If you were injured in a diving accident while engaging in a professional or recreational dive activity, contact an attorney at Frantz Law Group. We have a successful record of protecting the rights of divers and families who place their lives in the hands of certified training professionals working out of dive shops and charter boats.
Our personal injury lawyers represent people injured in dive accidents anywhere along the California Pacific Coast. Call us toll free at (855) 930-2626 to arrange a free consultation with experienced San Diego scuba diving accident and injury attorneys at Frantz Law Group today.
Visit our dive accident news video to learn more about some of the issues involved in a scuba diving accident lawsuit.
Recreational Diving Accidents
Frequently, diving accidents are preventable if the diving company had exercised greater caution. Though you are responsible for your own actions while diving, and any resulting injuries, there are situations in which the diving company may be liable.
Examples of a diving company acting negligently may include:
- Poorly maintained equipment
- Failing to identify and avoid unsafe water conditions
- Failing to properly train the diver and/or their instructors
Injured While Diving Or Snorkeling Along The Southern California Coast? Call Us.
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