Boating Accident Lawyer

Omaha and Columbus Personal Injury Attorney

Recreational boating is a popular pastime in Nebraska and Iowa. Residents, tourists and visitors enjoy a wide variety of boating and personal watercraft activities on our rivers and lakes.

However, when innocent people suffer serious or catastrophic injury or wrongful death in a boat accident caused by another boater’s negligence, the boat owner or operator may be held liable for damages.

The Nebraska boating accident injury lawyers you can trust with your financial compensation goals are Rensch & Rensch Law in Omaha. We have 45 years of combined experience in more than 100 jury trials that can work to your advantage.

Rensch & Rensch Law personal injury attorneys work as a team with investigators and medical experts to reconstruct an accident scene and develop a comprehensive damage claim. We use our fact-finding to represent the rights of our clients in settlement negotiations with insurance companies. If these discussions are not productive, we are fully prepared to take the case to court and present the matter to a judge and jury.

Contact Rensch & Rensch Law today for a free initial consultation. Call 800-471-4100 or e-mail us. The contingency fee basis for our work means that you owe no attorney fees unless we win your case.

Injured by a Negligent Boater? We Are Ready to Be Your Voice

Rensch & Rensch Law pursues maximum financial compensation for lost wages, medical costs, boat repair or replacement, and pain and suffering in cases involving:

  • Drunk boaters
  • Reckless boaters
  • Overcrowding in a boat
  • Water skiing accidents
  • Jet Ski accidents
  • Boat engine defects or malfunctions
  • Failure to provide personal floatation devices

When you are ready to take action on your personal injury claim, our Omaha boating accident attorneys are ready to be your voice. Contact Rensch & Rensch Law today for the quality representation and personal service you need at this difficult time in your life.


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