Protecting Your Rights And Livelihood After A Recreational Vehicle Accident
Through all seasons, the people of Nebraska enjoy themselves when using recreational vehicles. Whether in the summer on all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) or snowmobiles during winter when there is snow, these vehicles can be a lot of fun. Unfortunately, they can also be the reason serious accidents and injuries occur.
If you have been injured in an accident involving a recreational vehicle, talk to a member of our leading personal injury team at Atwood, Holsten, Brown, Deaver, Spier and Israel Law Firm, P.C., L.L.O.. With offices in Lincoln and Omaha, we provide injured Nebraska and Iowa clients and their families with personalized, experienced representation in all types of accident and injury cases. Our firm prides itself on its record of success in injury cases, as we tirelessly pursue compensation and aggressively seek to hold negligent parties responsible.
Types Of Recreational Vehicle Accident Injuries
Having previously defended injury cases for insurance companies and now representing injured individuals, we have vast insight into how recreational vehicle cases are handled and should be handled. We do not back down from even the largest insurance company or opponent, taking the case to court if it means recovering the compensation to which you may be entitled for your injuries.
Medical expenses can increase exponentially with the severity of injuries from recreational vehicle accidents. Whether the snowmobile flipped over, the ATV crashed or another accident occurred, it is possible to suffer severe injuries due to how exposed the drivers and passengers of these vehicles are. Injuries that often occur in these types of crashes include:
- Concussions, open head wounds and other traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Paralysis and nerve damage due to spinal cord injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Broken bones and crushed bones
- Electrocutions and burns
- Serious lacerations and abrasions, including road rash
Unable To Work Due To Injuries
Even a minor accident can leave you with injuries that impact your life in many ways. This includes your ability to do your job. If you are unable to work due to the injuries you have suffered, we can help. While workers’ compensation would not provide benefits for an accident that occurred away from your place of business and not during an activity conducted for business purposes, there are other means of seeking compensation while you are recovering from your injury. Our firm has handled injury cases, including workplace injuries, for decades and can provide you with the guidance you need.
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today
To get answers to all of your questions about recreational vehicle accidents, talk to a member of our legal team today. Call our offices toll-free at 800-655-9606 or locally at 402-817-2717. You can also contact us using our online form.