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If you have been injured while driving an ATV, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim to seek compensation for your injuries and damages. In order to do this, you have to determine who was at fault, or liable, for the accident.


Negligence is a legal term that denotes potential responsibility for an accident. In common legal parlance, a person or entity is considered to be negligent when they fail to demonstrate reasonable care in maintaining the safety of those for whom they are responsible.

The following is a list of ATV accident scenarios in which another person or entity might be found to be guilty of negligence, which led to an accident and injuries:

  • An ATV owner invites you to drive his/her ATV and you run into a tree due to failing brakes
  • While riding on an official and approved ATV trail you have an accident due to the trail not being properly maintained.
  • An ATV owner invites you to ride as a passenger on his/her ATV, resulting in an injurious accident.


The Jackman Law Firm can help you make the best possible decision regarding your case. We have the experience, resources, and ability to make the best of your case. We can help you recover the following:

  • Money for your lost wages
  • Money for pain and suffering
    Money for out of pocket expenses
  • Money for loss of consortium
  • Money for medical bills

It is unlikely the insurance company for the ATV company will simply come to you and offer a fair settlement immediately for your injuries. Rather, you need the assistance of an experienced and dedicated lawyer who can help you recover the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Feel free to call The Jackman Law for a free consultation.