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Boat Accident Leaves Woman without Arm

A boating accident in Jupiter, Florida has left a deputy without an arm. The woman suffered traumatic injuries that forced her to have her arm amputated. Police reports state that Cheryl Griffin was operating her private watercraft when she smashed into a dry dock. Due to the impact, a boat on a lift fell on top of her boat. She was then momentarily pinned underwater, until a neighbor was able to free her. While she had her arm amputated, luckily no one else was injured in the accident.       

It's important that you understand that you should not suffer in boat accidents that are caused by negligence. You need to know that you do have rights to protect during this time and can recover expenses that you are now facing. It's in your best interest to ensure that your case is handled properly and resolved in the best way possible.

With the help of a personal injury lawyer, you can move forward with your case against the guilty party and move forward with your life. You can count on an injury attorney to have your best interest in mind at all times. It's in your best interest to work with an injury lawyer who will know how to deal with insurance companies and court proceedings. Please take some time today to contact a personal injury attorney and begin discussing your case.