You may have been involved in a serious injury while participating in a recreational activity such as ATV riding, snowmobiling, or four-wheeling. Injuries resulting from recreational activities can be severe because they take place on dangerous terrain and passengers are unprotected, leading to catastrophic injuries or even death. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury resulting from a recreational vehicle accident, our attorneys at Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., can assist you in recovering the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
If you were seriously injured or a loved one was seriously injured in a recreational vehicle accident, you may be owed compensation. Our attorneys will seek maximum recovery for your injuries resulting from an ATV, snowmobiling, boating, or RV accident.
Injuries may arise where a negligent driver was off-roading or was speeding and caused a rollover accident. Our attorneys are experienced in the investigation of recreational vehicle accidents and identifying every responsible party. Many times, these injuries result from defective products or negligent drivers.
We have been involved in complex litigation related to recreational vehicle accidents, and we will aggressively pursue your claim related to any of the following:
- RV accident
- Snowmobile accidents
- Boating accident
- Jet ski accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- ATV crashes
- Off-roading or rollover accidents
- Helmet safety
- Vehicle collisions
Many serious injuries result from accidents that occur on or near a body of water. You may have been involved in a boating or jet-ski accident that resulted in a drowning or other catastrophic injuries. These accidents may be alcohol-related and should lead to significant compensation for the victims and their families. If you or a loved one was involved in a water-related recreational accident, our attorneys can assist you in maximizing your recovery. We have successfully assisted clients who were involved in accidents on many lakes, including Lake Winnebago, Fox River, Wolf River, Bay of Green Bay, Lake Michigan, and on the Chain-O-Lakes.