Snowmobile cases can be difficult, and they always require extensive investigation to identify eyewitnesses and evaluate the physical evidence. There may be significant legal issues — does No Fault insurance medical insurance apply; what was the right of way; who owned the at fault snowmobile; are there insurance policy exclusions to worry about? Generally, there is a three-year statute of limitations for these cases, although there are exceptions.
Parsons Law Firm has decades of experience in snowmobile & ATV accident cases. If you think we may be able to help you after a Michigan snowmobile or ATV injury, we welcome you to contact us for a free, confidential consultation.
These cases are examples of past successes*:
Two ATVs collided head on, on a blind curve on a dirt road. The client suffered a badly broken wrist. The insurance company argued our client was an "out-of-towner."
A speeding snowmobile slid around a corner and hit our client’s sled. The client’s foot and ankle were badly broken. The insurance company tried to deny insurance coverage, but was forced to cover the damages.
A snowmobile traveling on the side of a highway ran into the back of a parked car, killing the snowmobiler. We proved scientifically that the snowmobile's headlight was on and the snowmobiler was obeying the law, but the truck was parked hazardously.
For more information and to discuss your legal rights, we welcome you to contact Parsons Law Firm in Traverse City. We work with clients in cases throughout Michigan and are pleased to offer a free, no-obligation consultation.
* These cases are chosen from many more, to illustrate some of the variety of the issues we have dealt with.