Whether they’re on Long Island Sound, the Saugatuck Rivers, Candlewood Lake or even Ashland Pond in Griswold, boat owners are crowding the state of Connecticut’s waterways during one of the hotter summers in recent memory.

After a long day of sun, fishing, maybe some Jet-Skiing and, in some instances, a lot of alcohol, crashes are bound to happen. Where there’s an accident, there’s often a lawsuit. And according to personal injury attorneys specializing in boat crashes, there are an abundance of irresponsible boaters out there to keep them in business.

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