Serving All of Nova Scotia & New Brunswick
Call 1-833-586-8282

Tracadie-Sheila Snowmobile Accident Lawyer

During the long, cold winter months, snowmobiling is a widely enjoyed recreational activity. Infusing the dreary winter days with a jolt of high-octane excitement, riding a snowmobile can be a terrific source of fun for friends and families in the Tracadie-Sheila area.

However, just like other motorized vehicles, snowmobiles can be dangerous. In fact, the instances of fatal snowmobile accidents throughout the Maritimes are on the rise. To ensure the safety of everyone setting off on a snowmobiling expedition, it is important to take necessary safety precautions from the outset, especially if traveling over frozen bodies of water. Being certain to check that the ice conditions are favourable could help prevent accidents leading to immersion deaths.

Unfortunately, even the most prepared snowmobile operator is at risk of sustaining life-threatening injuries in collisions caused by negligent off-road vehicle operators. When other snowmobile operators fail to take the safety of others into consideration, prioritizing their own amusement over other people’s physical well-being, serious accidents can occur.

Throughout the province, snowmobile operators are required by law to exercise a reasonable degree of caution and abide by the rules mandated by the Off-Road Vehicles Act. As such, snowmobile riders are legally prohibited from operating their vehicles in a careless, reckless, or negligent manner. Failure to carry out this duty of care by engaging in wrongful, unlawful behaviour while operating an off-road vehicle may be considered negligence.

Common examples of negligence that could result in serious, injury-causing snowmobile accidents include:

  • Operating the snowmobile under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Texting while driving
  • Driver distraction
  • And more

When the operators of off-road vehicles behave in a negligent manner, their wrongful conduct could have drastic repercussions for the injured victims of snowmobile accidents. Injured snowmobile accident survivors may require lengthy periods of hospitalization to fully recover from their injuries. Depending on the severity of the injuries they have sustained, they may never truly be able to recover. Indeed, catastrophic injuries sustained in off-road vehicle collisions can have permanent debilitating effects on an accident survivor’s life, as well as their livelihood.

This is especially true of injured accident victims whose newly acquired medical conditions prevent them from returning to work. Unable to perform the duties of their jobs, injured snowmobile accident victims may experience legitimate financial distress. With medical bills accumulating, newly acquired expenses piling up, and an inability to carry out the tasks of their jobs, injured snowmobile accident victims and their families could face worrisome financial insecurity, all because of another driver’s negligence.

If you were involved in an off-road vehicle accident caused by another driver’s negligence and sustained compensable injuries as a result, our snowmobile accident lawyers serving Tracadie-Sheila may be able to help. At Preszler Injury Lawyers, we believe that no one should be forced to pay for someone else’s wrongful conduct. If your injuries caused you to sustain economic and/or non-economic damages, our Tracadie-Sheila snowmobile accident lawyers may be able to help you pursue a civil claim to recover financial compensation.

To review the circumstances of your accident and learn if you may be eligible to pursue a claim, book a free initial consultation with our snowmobile accident lawyers serving Tracadie-Sheila by contacting Preszler Injury Lawyers.

Call 1-833-405-8282 to speak with our Eastern Canada legal team Book Free Consultation

Free Consultation for Tracadie-Sheila Residents – We Don’t Get Paid Unless We Win

Preszler Injury Lawyers offer a cost-free, no-obligation initial consultation to all injured members of the local community. If you were injured in an accident, even if you are unsure of whether you may be entitled to financial compensation, consider booking your free initial consultation with our Tracadie-Sheila snowmobile accident lawyers.

Our snowmobile accident lawyers serving Tracadie-Sheila are standing by to listen to your story and provide the benefit of our legal advice during a cost-free first meeting. To learn more, contact our Tracadie-Sheila snowmobile accident lawyers for your free initial consultation.

Connect With Our Legal Team

Schedule a call with our personal injury legal intake team. Our team is available 24/7 so call us now to book your call. Our scheduled intake allows you to tell us details about your accident and gives our legal team an opportunity to review your case and advise you on possible solutions and outcomes. The best part is, if you decide to hire us after this call - you don't pay anything unless we win. We can help clients regardless of where they reside in Nova Scotia & New Brunswick so let us help you get started on your road to recovery.


99 Wyse Road Suite 1300
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3A 1M2
Fax: 1-855-364-7027
Toll Free: 1-833-405-8282
5670 Spring Garden Road Suite 701
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 1H6
Fax: 902-405-8254
Toll Free: 1-833-405-8282
688 Babin St. Unit 4
Dieppe, New Brunswick E1A 5M1
Fax: 902-405-8254
Toll Free: 1-833-405-8282
*These are consultation offices that require a booked meeting in advance. Walk-ins are not allowed.

Please be advised that this website and its headers/footers may feature images of lawyers, paralegals, and other staff employed by Preszler Injury Lawyers, as well as unrelated third parties. The use of spokespeople's likenesses and of other images throughout this website is not meant to be construed as misleading to the public in any way. Questions about Preszler Injury Lawyers' use of images and other likenesses on its website and in other marketing materials can be directed to management. Please also note that past results are not indicative of future results and that each case is unique and that case results listed on site are from experiences across Canada and are not specific to any province. Please be further advised that the content on this website is not intended to be construed as legal advice. Certain content might be out of date and/or may not apply to all circumstances and situations. Every prospective client's case is unique and, therefore, should be advised upon individually by a licensed lawyer or paralegal. In order to receive legal advice regarding your specific scenario, contact our firm to establish a contractual lawyer-client relationship. Further information regarding specific legal questions and additional clarification about this website's content may be made available by consulting with a member of our legal team.