Each winter, across the region, people are seriously injured or killed in snowmobile accidents. While riding a snowmobile during the winter months may be an exciting form of recreation and a practical transportation method for traveling through the countryside, like any motor vehicle, operating an off-highway vehicle requires alertness, caution, and consideration for the safety of others. When snowmobile riders fail to use reasonable care, innocent people could lose their lives in severe collisions. 

The people who survive near-fatal snowmobile accidents often sustain a number of injuries that may range in severity from moderate to catastrophic. These injuries often include:

  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Whiplash and other soft tissue injuries
  • Concussions
  • Traumatic brain injuries 
  • Sprains and strains
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Internal bleeding
  • Organ damage
  • Fractured ribs
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Paralysis 
  • Traumatic amputations
  • And more

People who operate their dangerous, high-speed motor vehicles in a negligent manner can seriously impact the physical safety, emotional well-being, financial security, and overall quality of life of the people they injure. When accident victims are hurt in collisions caused by the negligence of another party, their road to recovery is often long, physically painful, psychologically taxing, and expensive. 

However, if you were injured in an off-highway vehicle accident caused by another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. By working with our snowmobile accident lawyers serving New Waterford, you may be able to recover damages you have incurred as a result of sustaining compensable injuries in a collision. These damages may include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Ongoing medical care/in-home care
  • Lost wages due to missed work
  • Loss of future earning capacity
  • Adjusted living expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • And possibly more

In accordance with the province’s Off-Highway Vehicle Act, anyone who operates a snowmobile is required to do so with a reasonable degree of caution. They are required by law to comply with the rules governing the use of their dangerous vehicles. If a snowmobile rider violates these rules and causes an injurious collision with another vehicle, they could be considered negligent. Common examples of negligence that often results in injurious snowmobile accidents include:

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
  • Reckless driving 
  • Excessive speeding 
  • Distracted driving 
  • Failing to signal
  • Night riding with improper lighting 
  • And more

At Preszler Injury Lawyers, we believe that no one should be forced to incur financial losses because of someone else’s negligence. If another snowmobile rider engaged in wrongful conduct resulting in a collision in which you sustained compensable injuries, our New Waterford snowmobile accident lawyers may be able to offer you crucial legal advice and assistance. 

To learn more about options for financial recovery that may be available to you, call Preszler Injury Lawyers today and schedule a free initial consultation with our snowmobile accident lawyers serving New Waterford.

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Take advantage of your free initial consultation with our New Waterford snowmobile accident lawyers and receive the benefit of our legal advice at no cost. Our snowmobile accident lawyers serving New Waterford are committed to helping injured accident survivors recover the financial compensation they deserve. To review the details of your accident with Preszler Injury Lawyers and receive legal advice tailored to the unique conditions of your case, call today for your free initial consultation with our New Waterford snowmobile accident lawyers.


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