Pittsburgh ATV Accident Lawyer
Pennsylvania ATV Injury Lawyer
All-terrain vehicles such as four-wheelers practically invite injury. Today’s models are faster and stronger, which makes them more exciting to ride — and more dangerous and difficult to control.
If you or your child was injured on an ATV through the negligence of others, Hal Waldman and Associates can explore your possible claims for compensation. Insurance avenues are limited, and you will need a skilled and experienced attorney to make the case for liability.
Our Pittsburgh personal injury lawyers have handled ATV accident cases in Allegheny County and surrounding counties of western Pennsylvania.
Your ATV accident matters to us. We care. We are on your side. Call or e-mail us today to discuss your injuries and determine if you have grounds to sue.
Four-Wheelers • Three-Wheelers • Dirt Bikes • Snowmobiles
Under certain circumstances, you may be able to bring claims against other parties for your ATV accident:
- Collisions with a car when crossing or riding on a road
- Collisions with another ATV
- Passengers injured by the reckless operation of the ATV driver
- Claims against adults for negligent entrustment (allowing an underage child to ride)
- Claims against property owners for safety hazards (wire fences, posts, etc.)
Four-wheelers have become notorious for injuries because they are difficult to steer and have much more horsepower than three-wheelers of yore. Common accidents include striking trees and other fixed objects, rollovers, run-overs, ejection, and drowning or asphyxiation when young riders are trapped beneath the machine. Head injuries are common, as are back and neck injuries, paralysis and broken bones.
We Will Exhaust All Sources of Compensation
If your child is permanently injured or disfigured or requires surgical reconstruction, the costs of care can be enormous. The parents’ auto insurance does not cover ATV accidents, and the parents’ homeowners policy may or may not. We pursue claims against the insurance of negligent motorists, neighbors or relatives who caused a crash, created a hazard or allowed a child to operate without supervision. (No one likes to bring claims against a friend or family member, but there may be no other option to cover the losses.)
Free Case Evaluation · Contingency Fees in Personal Injury Cases
To discuss your case with a Pittsburgh ATV accident attorney, call us at 412-338-1000 or use our online contact form.