ATV Accidents

Hire an Experienced ATV Accident Attorney

After an injury-causing ATV accident, the question is: who is responsible to compensate the injured person? Depending on the facts of the case, there are several possible sources of liability in an ATV-related injury claim:

  • A property owner
  • An ATV manufacturer
  • A motorist or other ATV rider whose actions caused the crash
  • The ATV operator, if the injured person is a passenger

Sometimes the only liable party is the ATV operator himself (or herself). In this case, there may be insurance policies that apply: medical insurance or auto insurance, for example. A detailed investigation into a potential injury claim will evaluate any and all potential sources of compensation. Interacting with insurance companies in this type of case is a job for an experienced personal injury attorney with experience challenging denials and delays in pay-out of needed compensation.

A serious or catastrophic injury resulting from an ATV accident may include one or more of the following:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Bone fractures
  • Internal organ injury
  • Amputation

Successful preparation of an injury claim will require review of medical records and conversations with doctors who can predict the long-term. After a Michigan ATV accident, lawyer advocacy is likely to play a key role in the injured person’s overall recovery plan.

Talk to an Experienced 4-Wheeler Accident Attorney

Attorney Barry Adler, practicing since 1979, founded our law firm in 1986. Our mission is to help bring fair and just financial compensation to injured people and their families. Please contact a lawyer at our Traverse City or Detroit office today to schedule a free initial consultation after an ATV accident.