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Champaign ATV Accident Attorneys

Peoria County recreational vehicle accident attorney

Lawyers for Injuries on Four Wheelers, Snowmobiles, or Boats in Macon, McLean, and Sangamon Counties

Central Illinois offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation throughout the year. Residents and visitors can enjoy off-roading with all-terrain vehicles during the summer, snowmobiling during the winter, boating on lakes and rivers, and a wide variety of other activities. Even though these forms of recreation can be very enjoyable, they also come with serious risks. If you or a loved one have been injured while using a recreational vehicle, a personal injury lawyer can help you understand what you can do to make sure you are repaid for your injuries.

At Kanoski Bresney, our attorneys have over 40 years of experience working with clients who have suffered personal injuries. We understand the legal issues involved in these cases, and we can help you find out who was responsible for your injury and determine your best options for receiving payments that fully address the injuries you have suffered. We have helped our clients recover a total of more than $400 million, and we are ready to fight on your behalf to make sure you are made whole.

Recreational Vehicle Injuries

Even if you make sure to use the right safety equipment and take steps to be as safe as possible, unexpected accidents can still occur when you use recreational vehicles. Four wheelers, snowmobiles, or other ATVs can flip over due to issues such as hazardous trails, improper maintenance, or vehicle defects. Collisions between ATVs can also be very dangerous, and passengers can suffer serious injuries when riding on a vehicle operated by a driver who is acting recklessly.

Some common injuries that can occur in ATV or snowmobile accidents include traumatic brain injuries, spine injuries, and bone fractures. When a vehicle rolls over, collides with another ATV, or strikes an obstacle, drivers and passengers can be injured by striking the ground, trees, rocks, fences, or other objects or being crushed under a vehicle. These injuries can not only require significant medical treatment, but they may also result in permanent disabilities.

Boating accidents can also lead to serious injuries for boat operators, passengers, or others who are involved. Collisions between boats can occur because a person operates a boat recklessly or while they are intoxicated. The failure of parts on a boat can result in the vessel capsizing, resulting in drowning or other injuries. A person who is swimming, water skiing, or using a smaller vessel such as a kayak can suffer serious injuries or wrongful death if they are struck by a boat.

Who Is Responsible for These Injuries?

In situations where an ATV, snowmobile, or boat accident is caused by someone who was acting recklessly or negligently, this person may be liable for injuries suffered by victims. In other cases, a manufacturer of defective parts, a person or company who rented a vehicle that had not been properly maintained, or a property owner who did not address known hazards that affected ATV users may be found to be responsible for the injuries that occurred as a result of their negligence.

Contact a Bloomington, Illinois ATV and Boat Injury Lawyer

If you have suffered an injury while using a recreational vehicle, you may be unsure about your legal options, especially if an accident occurred while you were using an ATV or snowmobile owned by a friend or family member, or if you were injured on someone's private property. The attorneys of Kanoski Bresney can review what happened before, during, and after your accident, determine who was responsible, and help you understand your options for receiving financial compensation to address your injuries. We will make sure you get the respect, response, and results you deserve. Contact us today and set up a free consultation by calling 888-U-COUNT-2 or 888-826-8682. We assist with personal injury cases in Illinois, including Champaign County, Peoria, Tazewell County, Rushville, Adams County, Bloomington, Macon County, Pekin, Sangamon County, Champaign, McDonough County, Springfield, McLean County, Quincy, Peoria County, Decatur, and Schuyler County.

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