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ATV and Snowmobile Accidents

 

Many people enjoy outdoor activities involving all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and snowmobiles. These activities can sometimes lead to accidents and injuries.

 

If you or a loved one sustained injuries while operating or being a passenger on an ATV or snowmobile, there may be financial compensation including funding for treatments and lost wages. Traumatic injuries involving an ATV or a snowmobile can include, but are not limited to, brain and spinal cord injury, soft tissue injury and fractures.

 

We understand the specific challenges arising from these types of accidents. Access to a network of medical and vocational experts help provide important recommendations to ensure that the consequences of your injuries are fully understood, and can have significant impact on determining your financial compensation.

 

Like a motorcycle, where there is no structural protection in the event of an accident, an ATV or snowmobile accident leaves the rider vulnerable to serious injury including:

 

  • Chronic pain
  • Scarring or disfigurement
  • Severe fractures
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Wrongful death

 

An ATV or snowmobile accident can be a life changing event as it may cause extreme long-term pain and suffering, permanent disability or disfigurement. The aftermath of this traumatic accident can be extremely difficult, especially when physical pain is combined with emotional distress. At Hauer and Company, we will guide you through the process to ensure that we obtain the best resolution for you.

 

If you or someone you care for has sustained injuries because of an ATV or snowmobile vehicle, you are entitled to accident benefits which may include:

 

  • Pain and suffering damages (for loss of your enjoyment of life)
  • Loss of future earnings (financial loss due to the inability to work, reduced earning capacity and loss of future opportunity)
  • Future care costs (medical care, rehabilitation and other future costs including nursing or attendant care beyond what is available from accident benefits)Income Replacement Benefits – if you are unable to work
  • Homemaker Benefits
  • Medical and Rehabilitation Benefits including chiropractic, psychological, physiotherapy services; medication; rehabilitative equipment; vocational training, home accessibility modifications and vehicle modifications
  • Attendant Care Benefits – for a home attendant and nursing care
  • Housekeeping and Home Maintenance Benefits
  • Caregiver Benefits
  • Compensation for family members affected by your injuries (for cost of services they provided to you

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a recreational vehicle related accident, we encourage you to contact us.

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