Cantor Injury Law knows how to win your ATV injury case!
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are practical for farm use, snow plowing, camping and hunting – but they are also extremely dangerous.
Our firm’s legal experience with four-wheelers by all different manufacturers is extensive. We handle negligence cases, premises liability cases and product liability cases arising out of the use and operation of these machines on a regular basis.
Between 1982 and now, over 17,000 people have died in ATV-related accidents and more than double that number have suffered nonfatal injuries. More than 25% of injuries caused by ATVs happen to children below 16 years of age.
Most of the time, the cases arise out of operator error; but we frequently see cases of negligent entrustment and manufacturer defects. Mark Cantor has won large product defect settlements for paralyzed and brain-injured clients due to the inherent defects with ATVs. Most ATVs have a fixed rear differential, which means ATVs need a larger turning radius to safely navigate a turn without turning. Coupling that limitation with a high center of gravity, and many ATVs are prone to tipping or rolling over despite the riders driving them safely.
Cantor Injury Law has also represented young drivers who were negligently allowed to operate these inherently dangerous vehicles without proper instruction.
If you or a loved one has questions about an ATV injury, Cantor Injury Law wants to help you win.