Michigan Jet Ski Accident Attorneys

Ann Arbor Boating Injury Attorney

During the summer months, Michigan lakes and waterways are dense with recreational watercraft and Jet Skis. In a part of the country where warm days are prized and summer can seem all too short, people want to get in as many hours under the sun as possible. These vehicles are popular for a good reason, but they also need to be handled safely and with an understanding that even a moment's mistake or poor decision can have a serious impact on someone else.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a Jet Ski or personal watercraft accident due to someone else's negligence, you need to talk to an experienced trial lawyer who will help guide, counsel and fight for your right to compensation. Since 1984 Bredell & Bredell in Jackson and Ypsilanti has been at the side of injured clients.

Taking the Time to Be Successful for You

Our Michigan Jet Ski and personal watercraft accident lawyers are focused on resolving your claim and getting you the funds you need. In the span of more than 25 years of personal injury representation we have built a respected reputation of collecting successful settlements and verdicts in favor of our clients. We put that reputation to work for you.

We represent clients injured in cases involving:

When you trust your case in our hands, we make sure you are given the knowledge, tools, guidance and representation you deserve. We work closely with our clients, and take the time to explain the legal statutes that matter to your case and how we plan to build a strategy to get results.

Contact Us if You Have Been Injured by a Jet Ski or Personal Watercraft

If you have suffered injury or lost a loved one due to someone else's negligence or reckless behavior while driving a Jet Ski or boat, we can help you. Our attorneys are dedicated professionals with proven experience handling claims like yours.

Call 734-482-5000 or reach us toll-free at 866-586-8164 to set up a free consultation and case review. You can also contact us through our convenient online form. We operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you own us nothing until we have resolved your case.