Do You Have An ATV Accident Claim?

Somerset, Kentucky, ATV Accident Attorneys

Recreational Vehicle Accident Lawyers in Pulaski County, Kentucky

Throughout the open areas of Kentucky, people have discovered that a fun way to enjoy the outdoors is on all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). For many, ATVs are an entertaining and pleasurable experience. However, accidents involving ATVs are very common and leave the victim severely injured. With more people buying and riding ATVs, the number of people, including children, who are injured or killed in ATV accidents is on the rise.

At the Law Office of Richard Hay, our personal injury attorneys have been handling ATV and other accident cases since the establishment of our firm in 1981. We are aggressive in our pursuit of compensation for the injuries you or a loved one suffered in an ATV accident.

  • ATV rollovers
  • ATV collisions (with other ATVs or other vehicles)
  • Unsafe operation
  • Failure to follow operating directions or training
  • ATV product defects

If you have been injured or a family member has been killed in an ATV rollover or other accident, you may be able to obtain compensation for the losses you have suffered. This can include future medical expenses, as certain types of injuries can require lifetime medical care.

ATV Accident Injuries

An accident on an ATV, dirt bike, four-wheeler or other type of recreational vehicle can have a lasting impact on an individual and a family. Serious injuries and even death can occur. Our firm stands up for the rights of clients who have sustained injuries such as:

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Concussion or closed head injury
  • Neck injury or whiplash
  • Spinal cord injury (including paralysis or paraplegia)
  • Broken bones
  • Road rash or abrasions
  • Amputations

Contact an ATV Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one has been injured in an ATV accident, contact a Kentucky ATV accident lawyer at the Law Office of Richard Hay for a free initial consultation today. We can help you understand your rights and hold the negligent party responsible for the injuries you suffered.