Maritime Accidents, Florida Cause, Effects Reasons, Responsibilities.
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Cause, Effects Of Marine Accidents.
Most Marine Accidents Are The Cause Or Effect of Five
(5) Major Components..
My investigations determine the causes of the accident (collision, fire/explosion, grounding, foundering, and other) and suggest cause and effects of the incident, liability issues and recommendations for the vessel owner. Insurance company or law enforcement. accident.
Maritime Accidents May Occur Due The Lack Of Preparation.
Safety First - Bad weather, equipment or mechanical failures delays may be the cause for a variety of boating accident. As the Captain of a vessel, licensed , non licensed you are responsible for the safe operation of the vessel and proper conduct of the crew and passengers. Safety First, Always assess the weather and sea conditions and not be informed to proceed by passengers if you I feel that conditions will harm or damage the passengers, crew or vessel.
Definition Of A Boating Accident.
A Boating Accident - A boating accident report has to be filed with the State if the vessel is used for recreational purposes in the following instances:.
1. Loss of life or the disappearance of any person;
2. Injury, causing any person to require medical treatment beyond first aid;
3. Actual damage to any vessel or to any other property is in excess of $200.00
4. A marine casualty may include: capsizing, flooding, grounding, falls overboard or onboard, other injuries incurred while aboard a vessel.
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