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Five People Injured in North Carolina Boating Crash

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Two boats crashed on the Cashie River in Bertie County, North Carolina (NC), when their drivers, who had been cruising in opposite were unable to turn in time to avoid the collision. Travis Jackson, William Tadlock, Amanda Vincent, J.B. Baker and Mark Yoder were taken to local hospitals, but none of their injuries appeared to be life-threatening.

 


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The North Carolina Injury Lawyers' Perspective

Even though there are no lines painted in the water and few traffic signs posted on buoys, there are rules of the road for boats. When those rules are not followed, serious accidents can occur. While police are still investigating this accident, it is important that any evidence be maintained. Our North Carolina boating accident attorneys can preserve that evidence and review the facts of the wreck to help determine if any of the injured victims have cause to file personal injury claims.


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This information from our firm can provide some basic information regarding what to do if you have been hurt while boating.


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Richard N. Shapiro
North Carolina Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Lawyer Rated as a Best Lawyer for Injury Law
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