Steps to Acquire a Michigan Boating License
In order to legally operate a boat in Michigan, you must possess a boating license and boater education card. Attempting to operate a boat without both documents on board can result in hefty fines. Following boating protocol and education is imperative, as reckless boat driving can lead to catastrophic injuries and death. Accordingly, each document can be obtained by following a few simple steps.
Attorneys at Ravid & Associates, P.C. believe in the necessity of adhering to boating regulations; failure to do so can have disastrous consequences. However, anyone that has suffered an injury from a boating accident may fight for financial compensation. At Ravid & Associates, P.C., we aggressively seek justice for victims of negligent boat operators.
Steps to Obtain a Michigan Boating License
There are several steps in obtaining a Michigan boating license. To become a certified boat operator, one must perform all of the following:
- Pass the Michigan Boater Safety Course
- Print Boater Safety Card
- Complete the boating license course
- Pass the boating license exam
- Print completion certificate
The steps are simple and devastating injuries can occur if they are not completed correctly.
Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer in Detroit
If you have suffered an injury from a boating accident caused by another person, you may be eligible for financial compensation.. The personal injury attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C., have the experience necessary to pursue financial compensation from a negligent boat operator. To speak with one of our qualified attorneys, call our Detroit office at (248) 948-9696 today.