ATV Accidents

ATV accident

A Common Misconception about ATV Accidents

As a recreational activity, it’s often family or friends who are involved in ATV accidents. Many believe that accident victims are not covered by insurance or that they are taking money out of the pockets of loved ones. Our experienced ATV accident lawyers know where to find insurance pools and how to handle sensitive claims against family and friends. Successful cases result in victims receiving generous compensation for injuries without negatively impacting relationships.

ATV Accidents in Alberta are on the Rise

A University of Calgary study of the costs and impact of ATV injuries over a 10-year span revealed the following:

  • Alberta leads the country with 25% of all national vehicle sales and use
  • ATV incidents resulted in 459 serious trauma cases, with head, neck and cervical spine injuries most prevalent
  • 79 deaths resulted from injuries associated with ATV accidents

Source: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/369672-atv-report-004.html

ATV Accident Lawyers Who Care

At Robinson LLP, we are not only interested in helping you recover and receive compensation for your injuries, but we also want to help educate ATV users in order to develop safer practices. Stricter laws on usage, rider education and industry improvements in vehicle stability will help. By bringing the severity of ATV accidents to light in the courts, we hope to inspire change. But let’s start with your case. Tell us your story and we’ll tell you how we can help.

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  • Robinson LLP client Margaret on a horse holding a yellow ribbon
    I was blessed when my sister Sue found you and your team to help me.  When I found myself paralyzed, you led me and my family through the process of recovery we are grateful because we wouldn’t have been able to buy and renovate our beautiful log home on 5 acres so I could have a horse in my life…
    Margaret K.

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