Snowmobiling In Wisconsin? What You Need To Know About Snowmobile Accident Injuries

On behalf of Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C.

Snowmobiling might be the perfect activity if you want an adrenaline rush during the winter. But before you get started, it’s essential to know about the risks associated with this thrilling experience.

Common Snowmobile Accident Injuries

Some of the most common snowmobile injuries include head injuries, neck injuries, and back injuries.

  • Head injuries are one of the most severe types of injuries that can occur in a snowmobile accident. They can range from concussions to more serious traumatic brain injuries.
  • Neck injuries are also common in snowmobile accidents. They can range from whiplash to more serious spinal cord injuries.
  • Back injuries are also common in snowmobile accidents. They can range from strains and sprains to severe disc herniation and spinal fractures.

Compensation for Snowmobile Accidents

In Wisconsin, there are two main types of snowmobile accidents: collisions with other vehicles and non-collision accidents. If you are involved in a crash with another snowmobile or motor vehicle, you will likely be able to seek damages from the other party’s insurance provider if they were at fault. Financial compensation from a personal injury verdict or settlement will provide the resources you need to cover your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost earnings, property damage, and other accident-related damages.

If your accident was caused by something else, such as hitting a tree or going off a cliff, you might have a more difficult time seeking compensation and need to rely on your own coverage. Before making any assumptions about your case, it’s important to seek the advice of an experienced personal injury attorney who can evaluate your potential claim and create a strategy for maximizing your compensation. Contact us today for a free consultation.