Our firm has filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of the family of a Florida Key’s dive boat crewmember who lost his life. On the night of November 15, 2015, the crewmember was serving as a deck hand aboard a dive boat while seventeen SCUBA divers were participating in a wreck dive. Court papers allege that at the end of the dive profile, four of […]
Category: Scuba Diving Accident Injury & Death
The resort injury attorneys of Brais Law Firm have brought a lawsuit on behalf of a North Carolina man who nearly drowned while snorkeling on a Sandals Grande Antigua Resort excursion. While a guest on Sandals property, the man decided to participate in a snorkeling excursion offered as part of the all inclusive package. Court documents reveal the man alleges Sandals failed […]
The Brais Law [dive accident attorneys](https://www.braislaw.com) have been retained to represent the estate and family of drowned recreational diver Leonardo Rosales. On October 20, 2010, Mr. Rosales went diving for lobster off Ft. Lauderdale with a friend Enrique Pitta. The two men utilized a “Third Lung” manufactured by the Florida based Brownie company to serve as their air delivery system. The […]
WGMD.COM reports 39-year old Jared Adkins and his son Calvin were scuba diving near Conch Reef, just south of Key Largo on August 16th, when they were run over by the 46′ charter boat Big Dipper. Both father and son were airlifted to Miami area hospitals.
Scuba divers being run over by boats are quite common in South Florida especially during lobster season. If you were injured a boat and have questions about your legal rights, […]
A complaint filed in Kansas Federal Court on March 29th alleges a Sandals boat ran over its own guest while snorkeling. Janet Jilka was a guest at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort & Spa in July 2009. The complaint reveals that while snorkeling from the private resort’s beach, a boat owned and controlled by Sandals ran over Ms. Jilka and struck her with the propeller. Per the complaint, this incident caused Ms. Jilka to be permanently disfigured. […]