The Experienced, Caring Legal Counsel You Need After An ATV Accident
There is no doubt that all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) can be fun to drive, but they can also be quite dangerous. According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were 504 reported ATV deaths in North Carolina from 1982 to 2017.
If you or a family member suffered injuries in an ATV accident, it is important to keep the ATV so it can be examined for evidence. It is also important to speak with a lawyer to protect your right to compensation from the negligent party.
The attorneys at Abrams & Abrams, P.A., in Raleigh, can help. We have over 105 years of combined experience and focus our practice on serious injury cases. When you need an attorney for a complex case, you can rely on our extensive knowledge and experience in personal injury law. We represent drivers and passengers who were injured in ATV accidents.
Serious ATV Accidents Often Cause Catastrophic Injuries
ATV accidents may involve issues such as:
- The ATV rolling over or flipping over
- Collisions with other vehicles
- Product defects
- Children driving the vehicle
- Driving the ATV under the influence
These types of issues can result in serious or catastrophic injuries, including broken or crushed bones, traumatic brain injuries, burns, amputations, internal organ damage, extensive scarring and spinal cord damage. In the worst cases, these accidents can be fatal.
You will need considerable financial compensation to cover your past, current and future losses from the accident. Our personal injury attorneys understand that accurately valuing your claim is critical to your well-being. We work with doctors, forensic economists and other experts to ensure you receive compensation for medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. In addition, in wrongful death cases, you may be able to recover damages for funeral and burial costs and the loss of a loved one.
Let Us Help Your Family At This Difficult Time
You can speak with a member of our caring legal team today. We represent people in North Carolina and help attorneys from other states as well.
To learn how we may be able to assist you, please reach out to our firm by filling out our online form or calling 919-755-9166. We offer a free consultation.