What To Do When Recreation Leads To A Serious Accident

Hawaii is a world-famous destination for vacationers and sporting enthusiasts alike who pursue ideal conditions for a variety of outdoor activities: boating, swimming, scuba diving, Jet Skiing, parasailing, dirt biking, motocross competitions, triathlon races, trail riding, bicycling, running, hiking and other activities.

What begins as a fun-filled vacation can turn to tragedy after a recreational accident. This often happens as a direct result of negligence by property owners, recreational activity providers, tour agencies or tour group leaders.

Skilled Legal Help In Hawaii For Your Complete Recovery

The personal injury lawyers of Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks have represented many visitors and residents of Hawaii who have been injured in recreational accidents. Contact us after a scuba accident or another underwater misadventure resulted in a catastrophic personal injury or the loss of a loved one.

Common Negligent Actions That Lead To Recreational Accidents

When our lawyers investigate the causes and circumstances of recreational accidents in Hawaii and elsewhere, we often discover key indicators of negligence, including:

  • Improperly filled scuba tanks
  • Malfunctioning scuba tank regulators
  • Unsupervised snorkeling and scuba diving expeditions
  • Dangerous boating expeditions
  • Improperly marked hiking or dirt bike trails
  • Unsupervised swimming areas, resulting in drowning or near-drowning

Many other variables come into play when we look into why and how our clients were injured — or why a family member died in a fatal recreational accident. Often, our clients are more concerned about preventing future tragedies for others than they are about their own well-deserved compensation from liable parties such as tour agencies.

Contact Us Today To Learn About Your Legal Options

While no amount of money can bring back what you have lost, a financial recovery can help reimburse you for current and future loss of income, medical treatment and more. Let us help you.

To schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks, call us locally at 808-600-3514, or send us an email.