Snowmobiling is an inherently dangerous sport. Similar to a motorcycle rider, a snowmobiler's body is exposed when an accident occurs.
Because of the dangers involved, every snowmobile operator should get proper training, use proper safety equipment and follow established rules when operating a snowmobile. Unfortunately, many snowmobile operators are not properly trained. Others operate snowmobiles under the influence of alcohol. These factors frequently result in serious injuries or even wrongful death.
If you or a loved one was injured while snowmobiling, you may have the right to receive compensation under the law when those injuries are the result of negligent or careless operation of the snowmobile — even if you were a passenger on the snowmobile that was operated carelessly.
The personal injury attorneys at Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C., in Appleton, Wisconsin, have helped numerous clients recover damages as compensation for medical bills, lost wages, long-term care, and pain and suffering when the negligent operation of a snowmobile has left them injured and unable to work.
Unlike some firms, we are not in the business of reaching a fast settlement in order to take our share and send you on your way. Our lawyers become invested in your complete recovery, both financially and physically.
In some cases, you may have a claim against the person or company responsible for trail maintenance. Or your accident may have been caused by a defect in the design or manufacturing of a snowmobile. We review every aspect of your case to make sure we recover the maximum amount possible.
Green Bay Snowmobiling Injury Attorney
If you have questions for an Appleton snowmobile accident attorney, call 920-831-0300 or email us to schedule a free consultation.
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