Buffalo Boat Accident Lawyer Discusses the Statute of Limitations on Water Craft Accidents

As a Buffalo Boat Accident Lawyer, I am often asked about the statute of limitations for a watercraft injury.

Download Our Free Boat Injury Accident Guide

  • Because New York State’s statute of limitations is not affected by what the injured party may have been riding or driving, boating injuries are considered general negligence and subject to a three-year statute of limitations.
  • Regardless of the time allowed to bring suit, the case’s most important elements are often established through early investigation, which includes interviews and fact sharing with your attorney.

Were you severely injured while on a boat or watercraft?  Contact Buffalo Boat Accident Lawyer Richard Nicotra for guidance.

This short informational legal video was provided by Richard Nicotra, an experienced Buffalo Boat Accident Lawyer.

never settle for less | find out what your case is worth

schedule your free consultation today

Client Reviews

  • I was offered 0 on a low impact accident. After long litigation I was offered 100,000 which mr maranto rejected. I ended up with 235,000. I would definately use this firm again.

    Pete G.
  • So far, so good! This law office appears to have it's stuff together. And I like the fact that they don't have to advertise like the the the other 2 law firms with the 444444 and the 888888 numbers which tells me they get a lot of word of mouth advertising..the best kind. Also I called one of the 444 and/or 888 numbers and the attorney was very short and rude. After my case I will do a follow up to let you all know how my complete experience was.

    Todd H.
  • Nicotra is very personable, patient and empathetic with his clients. He’s upfront with you and he explains the entire process with you, he never leads you to believe otherwise, he tells you like it is and he will not sell you a million dollar dream. Trust in Nicotra, he works for you and he looks out for your best interest.

    Personal Injury Client