If you have been injured while operating a snowmobile and another party was involved who was negligent or reckless, you may have a claim for personal injury.
Snowmobiling is an extremely popular winter activity and a popular family recreation. However, along with the increased popularity and reduced operator attention to safety laws, there has been an increase in snowmobile related injuries.
The injuries resulting from snowmobile accidents are often very serious given the very little safety protection allowed for operators and the high speeds at which snowmobiles operate across icy, snowy or rough terrain. High speeds and the minor protection to the operator when combined with irresponsible snowmobile operation, often results in a severe head injuries, broken bones or death.
Laws have been enacted regarding helmet use, alcohol consumption, night-time operation, age limits and snowmobile etiquette while on trails. However, each year, hundreds of snowmobilers are injured through their own fault or through the fault of other operators.
If you have been injured while operating a snowmobile and your injuries were caused by the fault of another party, contact Van Dyke Law Office.
Van Dyke Law Office has the experience and the expertise to advance your snowmobile accident claim and will obtain the maximum compensation for your personal injury.
Contact one of our offices located in Kingston, Ottawa and Belleville for a free consultation. If you are unable to attend at our office, we will arrange a free home consultation.
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