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There are many fun times to be had on the lake. Boating, wakeboarding, water skiing, swimming, and simply enjoying the fresh air and cool water are only some of your choices. However, accidents can happen. Some of the most devastating accidents in the water are collisions between boats and swimmers. Fortunately, swimmers and boaters alike can follow these safety tips to avoid boat-swimmer collisions. First, if you are swimming in a body of water that has boats nearby, there are several things that you can do to protect yourself. Stay in a designated swimming area, which is usually close to shore. Also, swimming with large groups of people can help draw attention to swimmers in the water so that boaters can avoid these large crowds. You should also avoid swimming at night when it is especially difficult for boaters to see swimmers against the dark waters. Next, if you happen to be in the water due to boat-drawn activities like water skiing, tubing, and wakeboarding, you are more likely to be in the path of other watercraft. To make it easier for drivers to see you, wear a bright life jacket that stands out against the water. Also, if you are waiting in the water for your tow line or to be picked up, hold an arm up in the air or wave your arms to make you more noticeable. If you see a boat heading your way, you should wave your arms wildly to attract attention so you do not get run over. If you are a boat driver that is towing people on a water tube or other devices, it is your job to protect your passengers. If you are in a heavily trafficked body of water, it is important to circle around and put your boat as a buffer between oncoming boats and your fallen passenger. Not only will oncoming boats swerve to miss you, but your circling can also alert them to the presence of people in the water. Sadly, some reckless or drunk boat drivers can still collide with swimmers in the water. Not only do swimmers risk deadly blunt force trauma from the hull, but they can also be cut by the spinning propeller. If you are a victim of a boat collision, you should not let this terrible act of negligence go unpunished. To fight back, contact a Wisconsin boat accident lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C., today.