ATV And Four-Wheeler Accidents
Personal Injury Litigation For ATVs And Four Wheelers
ATVs are not toys. Although they are often marketed in a way that makes them seem safe and easy to use, they are not. ATVs must be treated with care. Young children should not ride, and neither should others who have never been trained to use an ATV or four-wheeler.
It is inexperienced drivers who are most commonly hurt in ATV and four-wheeler accidents. Their serious injuries may include spinal cord injuries, paralysis, lost limbs, brain injuries and more.
There are many ways that people can sustain these injuries while on ATVs or four-wheelers:
- Defective designs make external parts too hot and fail to protect riders from burning their arms and legs on them.
- ATVs are also designed in such a way that they can roll over in an accident. They do not offer necessary protections to keep passengers safe.
- Without the correct warnings on ATVs, people will use the vehicles in a way that puts them in serious danger.
Trial Lawyers Preparing For The Courtroom From Day One
At The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, we are a trial law firm. While most personal injury cases are settled before reaching the courtroom, we focus on trial from day one. While it is true that the majority of cases do settle before going to trial, if we do go to trial, we will be completely prepared to pursue full and fair compensation on your behalf.
This means using the latest tools and strategies that give our clients an edge. Our tools include the latest technology and expert witnesses to present a compelling argument in your case. We use high-tech video equipment, accident reconstruction software and medical illustrations to prove to the jury how your ATV and four-wheeler injuries happened.
To discover the full range of services we provide for ATV and four-wheeler accident victims, talk with the trial attorneys at The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery. We are available by calling 210-340-0900 or by
contacting us online.