Recreational Vehicle Accidents

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Recreational Vehicles

Seriously Injured While Driving A Recreational Vehicle?

Recreational vehicles include all-terrain vehicles, pocket motorcycles, snow mobiles, and other automobiles as included in the Ontario Insurance Act. Most, if not all, are to be insured as one would insure their own car. The Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act obligates owners of most of these recreational vehicles to have a car insurance policy. Whether it’s in the summer or winter, people ride and drive these recreational vehicles and sometimes get into an accident. When an accident is the fault of another person, you deserve to be compensated. In addition, you might be eligible to receive Statutory Accidents Benefits. Recreational vehicle accidents can be very complicated. Most happen on private property. It is very important to speak to a De Rose Injury Lawyer as soon as possible to discuss the accident and it’s consequences.

De Rose Lawyers has an experienced team of personal injury lawyers prepared to fight for your case with compassion and dedication.

ATV Accidents

The all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is a popular summer activity for thrill-seekers, but it’s also an extremely risky adventure. As riders are openly exposed to their surroundings, ATV accidents can be as deadly as a regular motor vehicle collision. Damage to the brain, bones, spinal cord, concussions, and even death are only some of the serious injuries that may occur in ATV collisions.

After suffering from unexpected injuries, the path to justice can be confusing and overwhelming. If you or a loved one is the victim of an ATV collision, De Rose Lawyers is here to guide you through the ordeal.

Snowmobile Accidents

While snowmobiling is a popular past-time among Ontarians, snowmobile accidents are all too common. Some snowmobilers drink and drive, drivers and passengers have very little protection should they run into rocks, trees, or ice lifts. Due to the speeds at which snowmobiles can reach, drivers and passengers can suffer serious personal injuries to the brain, spinal cord and severe broken bones. These are some of the outcomes of snow mobile accidents.

After suffering such a traumatic event, proceeding blindly through the overwhelming legal process is the last thing an accident victim needs. If you’ve been injured in a snowmobile accident, De Rose lawyers will guide you through both the Tort and insurance contract process. We will ensure that you are treated fairly and receive the compensation you deserve.

Why Should I Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?

In the case of recreational vehicle accidents, questions of liability will often arise. Therefore, it is important to speak to a lawyer about the circumstances of your accident as soon as possible.

Navigating the legal system can be intimidating and complex. However, with De Rose Lawyers by your side, you can be sure our expert team will help you receive the compassionate support, maximum benefits, and full compensation that you deserve.

Why Choose De Rose Lawyers?

De Rose Lawyers will guide you through the complex legal, medical and insurance related issues to help alleviate stress, and only involve you when necessary so you can focus on recovering from your injuries.

As highly dedicated personal injury lawyers with over 40 years of combined experience, De Rose Lawyers will work with you to educate you on the details of your case and fight for the compensation you deserve to restore stability in your life.

Looking For A Personal Injury Lawyer?

If you or a loved one has been involved in an automotive accident, including but not limited to ATVing or snowmobiling, De Rose Lawyers is here to guide you through this difficult time.

Contact De Rose Lawyers to schedule a free consultation with a member of our experienced personal injury team. We will be there with you, and for you, every step of the way.

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