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Augusta ATV Accident Lawyers

All-terrain vehicle (ATV) accidents can cause serious injuries that impact a victim for life. Even when operated safely, ATV accidents can occur due to vehicle defects. Riders can suffer catastrophic injuries in accidents, such as broken bones and traumatic brain injuries. These injuries can lead to immense medical bills and pain and suffering.

If you or a loved one has injuries from an ATV accident, contact the Augusta, GA based law firm Nicholson Revell LLP. Our personal injury lawyers can help you recover the compensation you need to move forward.

Why Choose Us for Legal Representation

  • We understand personal injury law and have over a century of combined experience representing individuals and families throughout Georgia.
  • Our lawyers are not afraid to go up against any defendant, including ATV manufacturers and their legal teams. We have skilled litigators with trial experience.
  • You will have the full attention and commitment of your attorney. Our law firm is selective with cases, giving our team enough time to fully focus on each client.

Is Someone Liable for Your ATV Accident in Augusta, GA?

If you get injured in an ATV accident, someone else may be responsible for your injuries and losses. You may have grounds to file a personal injury claim if negligence, or recklessness, caused your accident. Although you hear them referred to as ATV accidents, most of the time, these collisions are not accidental. They are the direct result of negligence.

In personal injury law, someone is negligent if his or her carelessness causes injury or harm to others. For example, the owner of the ATV may be responsible for an accident if he or she carelessly failed to properly maintain the ATV, resulting in a collision.

In another case, a manufacturing company may be liable if the ATV contained a dangerous defect. You could have a premises liability lawsuit, on the other hand, if a property hazard caused your accident, such as a hidden rock on an ATV trail. It is important to speak to an attorney about who or what caused your ATV accident. A lawyer will explain your legal options.

What Does a Personal Injury Attorney Do?

If someone else caused your ATV accident in Augusta, that party will have to pay damages through his or her insurance. A lawyer can investigate your case, help you identify the correct at-fault party, and negotiate with the insurance company for adequate compensation. Insurance companies often use tactics to pay less than a claim is truly worth.

When you hire an attorney, however, your lawyer will gather the necessary evidence, defend you against these tactics and increase the chances of receiving fair compensation for your injuries and losses. You can focus on healing from your significant injuries while your lawyer handles complicated negotiations or litigation for you.

Settlement Value of an ATV Accident Case

A successful ATV accident claim can repay you and your family for related losses, allowing you to move forward with greater financial security. It can also bring you justice and closure by holding the negligent party accountable. The at-fault party’s insurance company may be responsible for paying for:

  • Past and future medical bills
  • Disability-related costs
  • ATV repairs or replacement
  • Losses of income
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost enjoyment of life
  • Legal expenses
  • Punitive damages

The best way to determine the value of your ATV accident case is by consulting with an attorney. A lawyer in Augusta will properly assess the worth of your case and help you negotiate for an adequate amount from an insurance provider.

Contact Our Augusta, Georgia ATV Accident Lawyers Today

You don’t have to go through an ATV accident injury claim alone. An attorney from Nicholson Revell LLP can help you with each phase of the legal process. Our experienced attorneys will thoroughly investigate your crash, determine its cause, assess the full extent of your losses (including your future needs), and aggressively pursue compensation on your behalf.

Learn all the ways we can help with your claim. Call (706) 722-8784 or contact us online today for a free consultation in Augusta, Georgia.