Atlantic City, NJ – Boat Explosion at Frank S Farley State Marina Injures OneNY/NJ Legal News
Atlantic City, NJ (June 28, 2021) – An explosion incident reported in the Atlantic City area sent one person to an area hospital with injuries. During the afternoon hours on Saturday, the New Jersey State Police was requested at the scene of an explosion incident at the Frank S Farley State Marina.
According to reports provided by the state police, an explosion occurred on June 26 that involved a 33-foot Sea Ray at C dock in the Marina. The incident caused debris to fly from the boat. One person who was in a nearby vessel was struck by the flying debris. The victim sustained injuries in the incident and was rushed to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center for care. At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with those harmed in this accident and their family at this time. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident in New York or New Jersey, it is crucial that you speak with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney as soon as possible to ensure your legal rights are protected.
Our New Jersey personal injury attorneys at Metro Law are available 24-hours a day to discuss your accident to determine what legal options are available for you to pursue. Contact our law firm today at (800) 469-6476 to be connected with an attorney to schedule a free case evaluation at your earliest convenience. Our team at MetroLaw.com is dedicated to helping you recover after being injured.
Explosion Incidents in New Jersey
In 2019, there were over 700 explosions throughout the United States. Being involved in one of these incidents a person into their local hospital very quickly. In many instances, victims are unaware of what to do moving forward. Unfortunately, there are far too many instances where people are injured in explosions due to the negligent and reckless actions of others. Unsafe conditions, malfunctioning equipment, and a variety of other circumstances can result in life-altering injuries.
In some cases, victims can reach out to a premises liability attorney in New Jersey to get the justice they deserve. Fire injuries, severe burns, and other serious injuries from explosions often demand extensive medical treatment. The overwhelming pain and suffering and various other consequences not only impact the health and wellbeing of victims but have a life-changing impact on their ability to work. Reaching out to a reputable and effective legal team in the New Jersey area can help to ensure you are able to maximize your recovery after an accident.
We at Metro Law have over four decades of experience fighting to protect the legal rights of victims throughout New York and New Jersey. Our New Jersey personal injury attorneys strive to help those harmed collect the maximum amount of compensation available for medical treatment, pain and suffering, and more. If you were injured in an accident, due to the negligence of another party, contact our New Jersey attorneys at (800) 469-6476 to see how we can help you.
Notes: Outside sources were used in the creation of this post including news bulletins and first-hand accounts of the accident and injuries involved. As a result, the details of the accident presented have not been independently verified. If you have identified any false information in the story or would like the post to be removed, please inform us immediately, and we will correct the information or remove the post.
Disclaimer: As a member of the local community, we at Metro Law strive to improve the overall safety and quality of life for everyone who lives in our beloved state. We are extremely saddened by these accidents but hope that through an awareness of these dangers, those in our community will take precautions to avoid these accidents. This is not a solicitation for business, and this information should not be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. We wish only the best and quickest recovery to all those involved in the accident. The photos depicted in this post are not from the actual accident scene.