Snowmobiling is a popular winter activity that comes with serious risks. Accidents are frequently caused by a combination of excess speed, driver inexperience, driving under the influence (DUI), and poor judgment. They can also happen as a result of negligence by a trail owner or the snowmobile’s manufacturer. Regardless of the cause, snowmobile accidents often result in serious injuries that can include broken bones, whiplash, concussion, spinal cord trauma, and other debilitating injuries. Sadly, these accidents can also result in death.
If you or someone you love has been involved in a snowmobile accident, you should be aware that there is often a statute of limitations when it comes to taking legal action. The process becomes even more challenging if those involved have little or no insurance coverage. It is important to quickly find and retain a skilled and experienced personal injury lawyer who can help you through the legal claims process so that you receive the compensation you deserve.
The Morris Law Group has been practising personal injury law in Hamilton and the Golden Horseshoe* for almost 60 years. We ensure that your rights are preserved and that you receive the personal attention you deserve. In addition to a personal injury lawyer, your team at the Morris Law Group will include an in-house Accident Benefit Consultant who simplifies the claims process, and an onsite Health Professional who works to ensure that you receive the proper medical attention you require. Regardless of whether a settlement or trial is best for your legal matter, we make every effort to provide the best possible outcome for you and your family.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a snowmobiling accident, call The Morris Law Group at 905-526-8080 or toll-free at 1-877-464-4466 for a free no obligation consultation with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers. At our law firm we work on a contingency basis, meaning that you don’t pay until your case settles.
* We proudly serve clients in cities and communities around the western end of Lake Ontario including Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Welland, St. Catharines, Grimbsy, Hamilton (comprising Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook, and Stoney Creek), Brantford, Burlington, Kitchener-Waterloo, Guelph, Oakville, and Mississauga.