Every year almost 15 million tourists come to spend their vacations on Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. While people are here, they are exposed to the same risks of an accident as they are at home, plus the additional risks posed by engaging in activities they may not normally do. There are many different types of accidents that can occur and leave people seriously injured such as:
Water Sports Accidents
Many people who come to the Grand Strand may be trying a new activity for the first time. For them, there may be an increased risk of injury. But, accidents can also happen to anyone. Some of the common water activities that people enjoy include:
- Jet Skiing
Were You Injured On Someone Else's Property While On Vacation?
If not properly maintained, hotels, motels, vacation rentals, restaurants, convenience stores and other types of property can pose a serious hazard for tourists. Property owners have a responsibility to maintain the safety of their premises. If they fail to stay on top of maintenance or janitorial responsibilities and someone is harmed as a result, that property owner should be held accountable.
More Than A Century Of Combined Experience
At The Floyd Law Firm PC, our firm knows how difficult the process of pursuing compensation can seem for people, especially when they have been injured somewhere that may be far from their home. We work to make the process of pursuing compensation as easy as possible for everyone, including tourists who were seriously injured while on vacation. We have more than 100 years of combined experience using the law to help people secure the positive results they need.
Vacation Accident Lawyers Serving Surfside Beach, Myrtle Beach And Throughout South Carolina
Turn to The Floyd Law Firm PC for a depth of experience and knowledge you can trust to help you when accidents happen while you are on vacation. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 843-353-1760 or contact us online.
We have offices in Surfside Beach and Lake City to better serve your needs.
We take personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. We only collect attorney's fees if we secure compensation for you.