All-terrain vehicles (ATV) are a fun way to explore all that Nevada has to offer. Unfortunately, ATV accidents are more common than many think. The lack of protection offered by these vehicles can lead to devastating injuries and even death.
The Las Vegas ATV accident lawyers at Henness & Haight can help you recover fair compensation if another’s negligence led to your accident and injuries. With more than 80 years of combined legal experienced, our attorneys have a successful track record of recovering the maximum amount of compensation for injury victims and their families.
For a free, no obligation consultation, call 844.613.6275.
All-terrain vehicles are a type of recreational vehicle with three or four wheels, also known as quads and four-wheelers. They are typically used for recreational purposes and off-roading, as well as for work-related activities in a number of industries.
Through our years of experience, we have observed some of the most common causes of ATV accidents, including:
Through a thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding your accident, our Las Vegas ATV accident lawyers will be able to determine who should be held liable for your injuries and the resulting damage.
We have the resources and skills necessary to hold any party accountable for your injuries, including manufacturers, property owners, repair shops and any other negligent party who played a role in contributing to your accident,
We will then build a robust case that will help you recover the maximum amount of compensation you deserve for your injuries and suffering.
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Because of the serious dangers presented by ATV vehicles, there are a number of laws and regulations governing the use of these off-roading vehicles.
Most ATVs are designated as off-highway vehicles, which means they are not permitted to be driven on public streets or highways. Some vehicles may be permitted on highways if the operator has received a certificate of operation and wears a helmet and/or eye protection while on the road. In order to drive on the highway, a vehicle must meet normal safety equipment requirements such as having mirrors and lights.
All off-highway vehicles must be registered with the state, however there is no age requirement to operate an ATV. Because of this, accidents often involve children and young adults.
When ATV operators fail to follow these safety laws and regulations, serious accidents and injuries occur. Our Las Vegas ATV accident lawyers are experienced in handling these types of cases and can help ensure you receive justice for any disregard for these laws that caused your injuries.
Call 844.613.6275 to speak with a representative about your legal options.
ATV accidents can lead to serious and life-altering injuries, such as:
Our Las Vegas ATV accident lawyers have helped victims who have suffered from these injuries and more recover fair compensation needed to cover medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other expenses.
If you have lost a loved one in an accident, our wrongful death lawyers may be able to help you recover additional damages to help cover medical bills, funeral expenses, loss of income, loss of companionship and more.
At Henness & Haight, we have seen the devastation often associated with ATV accidents. That is why we are committed to helping the injured and their families recover what they need to put their life back together after an unexpected accident.
To learn more about your legal options and how we can help you, schedule a free, no obligation consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis and do not get paid unless your case is successful.
Call 844.613.6275 to speak with a representative.