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Water Skiing Negligence – Failure to Provide a Helmet

If you are at a resort or anywhere that you rent equipment to water ski, you need to be provided with a helmet to protect your head before engaging in this sport. When learning how to water ski, you may have the need for lessons, because the action of standing up, balancing and water skiing may not come naturally for most people. In order to water ski, you will need to be able to balance on the water skis for an extended length of time. You will also need to learn how to stabilize yourself when you cross the waves or wake in the water. Your knees need to be flexible the entire time you are water skiing, much the same as in downhill skiing. These instructions are important, because at any time that you are waiting for the boat to pull you up into the position necessary to water ski, you can fall down and sustain a head injury. If you are not wearing a helmet that has been provided to you for the action of water skiing, you are risking a serious head injury as a result of participating in water skiing sports events.

Any time that you fall into the water while water skiing without a helmet, you will risk sustaining a serious head trauma. If you land in the water head first without a helmet, you may receive a compression injury, that can affect your spine as well. You risk a serious neck and back injury from hitting the water head first without a helmet. If you are water skiing, you need to be provided with a helmet to protect your head, back, spine and neck from a serious injury.

Does a Helmet Protect Your Head When Water Skiing?

Yes, a helmet can protect your head from a bad fall or bump while water skiing. You can become seriously injured from falling into the water without a helmet when you are water skiing. If you fall down on the water and hit your head on waves, you can sustain several different types of head injuries, including:

  • Concussion
  • Contusion
  • Lacerations
  • Broken bones on face
  • Broken teeth
  • Eye injuries
  • Brain trauma
  • Head trauma
  • Facial disfigurement

You can also experience other serious injuries from falling during water skiing, including:

  • Amputations from the boat propeller
  • Broken bones
  • Injuries internal to organs

If you have been injured with a serious personal injury, from a failure of being provided a helmet when water skiing, you can call us at the DTLA Law Group. Our legal team of lawyers are here for you and are on your side, with experience in handling and settling personal injury cases related to water skiing accidents. You can call us today for access to an attorney with expertise in water skiing negligence cases, when you give us a call today.

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Our legal team can offer a free second opinion case review, when you call our attorneys who specialize in personal injuries from failure to provide a helmet when water skiing. We are here to help you, with our experienced attorneys in Los Angeles at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.

Can I Sue for Failure to Provide a Helmet in Water Skiing Resulting in Personal Injuries?

Yes, we can sue for personal injuries when you have been seriously injured from water skiing with negligent parties who never provided you with a helmet for safety on the water. Just call our Los Angeles case lawyers who can file a lawsuit on your behalf. You don’t have to go back to the drawing board on this one, you can call our case attorneys in Los Angeles who will review your case with you now for free.

Average Case Value of Personal Injuries from Failure to Provide a Helmet for Water Skiing Activities

The average case value of personal injuries from failure to provide a helmet for water skiing activities can range from $40,000 to over $400,000 for a serious head injury, or over $1 million for a permanent head trauma. You will not be able to guess the value of your claim, and are in a more advantageous position to call us today to review your case with our legal team.

How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?

Your personal injury case can take around 4-6 months to settle, depending on the severity of your losses. If you have sustained a serious head trauma, you may need additional surgical procedures, which may require more care in the future from your healthcare provider team. We can add in the future expenses and losses that you are expecting in the case of an accidental head trauma. All that you need to do to start the process, is to call us today at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.

Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years.

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You can call us today for a free consultation on your personal injury claim. There is no need to feel feed up with the process, because we are here to help you now. All that you need to do is call us now, to talk to our legal team about your personal injuries from water skiing without a helmet as a result of negligent parties. You can reach us today at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.


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