Injured In A Recreational Vehicle Accident?
Not all dangerous motor vehicle accidents happen on the road. With so many different types of recreational vehicles available and with few standards for who can drive them, recreational vehicle accidents are quite common. Just know that you do have recovery options after your Jet Ski or ATV accident.
At the Law Offices of John Drew Warlick, P.A., our Jacksonville attorneys are ready to help you explore your options and protect your rights. With over 50 years of experience protecting clients in the area around Fort Lejeune, we understand your options and we can help you in your recovery.
The Dangers Of Recreational Vehicles
You need a license to operate a car or motorcycle. You need a special license to operate a large truck. However, most recreational vehicles do not require any kind of license. There are a lot of untrained people operating watercraft and off-road vehicles. Operating at high speeds and often in dangerous conditions, accidents are common. We are prepared to handle cases involving all types of recreational vehicle, including:
- Watercraft accidents
- Boat crashes
- ATV wrecks
- Jet Ski accidents
- Dirt bike crashes
- 4-wheeler wrecks
In addition to dangerous drivers and unsafe conditions, accidents can also be caused by product defects and dangerous designs. We will explore all your recovery options, including any possible product liability claims.
Recreational Vehicle Insurance Disputes
Hardly anyone takes out insurance on a 4-wheeler or ATV, but under North Carolina laws, these vehicles are covered by homeowner’s insurance or farm liability. Even if there is no liability coverage on the vehicle itself, there may be other sources of insurance coverage out there. Liability often falls on the owners of the vehicles, regardless of whether or not they were even present. We will take a look at your case to determine who is responsible.
Contact Our Lawyers If You Have Been Hurt In A Recreational Vehicle Crash
From our offices in Jacksonville, we represent recreational vehicle accident victims across southeast North Carolina. Available weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., we offer evening, weekend and offsite visits by appointments. Call 910-378-0556 or contact us online today to schedule a consultation and learn more.