ATV Recreational Vehicle Accidents
ATVs provide people with pleasure and thrills. Getting out and about on a recreational vehicle such as an ATV, a boat or a Jet Ski is a good way to make fun memories and spice up one’s life. Furthermore, some people use ATVs as useful transportation on farms and in some other types environments.
In most cases, people operate ATVs without incident. From time to time, however, serious accidents occur. The cause of an ATV accident may be any of the following:
- A collision with a stationary object, such as a tree or post.
- A collision with a moving object, such as a car.
- Instability of the person operating the ATV on uneven ground.
- Excessive speed.
- Alcohol use.
- Malfunctioning steering or brakes.
If you were injured on an ATV in Nevada, it is important to talk to a personal injury attorney promptly. The sooner you have a lawyer involved, the more complete the fact-gathering can be that may help you obtain needed compensation for your injuries. When Hofland & Tomsheck represents you after an ATV accident, we will most likely begin by addressing questions such as the following these:
- Whose ATV were you riding?
- Were you operating it in a public area or on private property?
- Were actions of another person involved in the crash — another motorist, perhaps, or a passenger on the back of your ATV?
- Had the ATV been named in a product recall by the manufacturer?
If you suffered a serious or catastrophic injury, such as atraumatic brain injury or a spinal cord injury, the stakes are high as you select an attorney. You will want a lawyer who understands your needs and who will aggressively and persistently seek the highest compensation obtainable for you from any and all sources.
Hofland & Tomsheck is a well-established Las Vegas personal injury law firm with years of experience representing Nevada residents and tourists in recreational vehicle accidents.Nevada Four Wheeler Accident Lawyer · Contact Hofland & TomsheckContact UsFor experienced legal representation, contact Hofland & Tomsheck. We offer free initial consultations and are available for evening and weekend appointments. We also charge reasonable rates and accept credit cards. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. Our offices are conveniently located in downtown Las Vegas, just steps away from the federal and state courthouses. To contact our Las Vegas law firm, call (702) 895-6760 or e-mail our office.