The Carolinas have a beautiful countryside where many residents have the opportunity year-round to ride their ATVs through scenic trails and farmland. ATVs are recreational vehicles and, when operated properly, can make for a fun day outdoors. However, ATVs are not equipped with seat belts, air bags or other safety attachments, meaning fun family outings using these recreational vehicles can turn deadly if not operated properly. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 25% of the more than 100,000 ATV-related injuries that resulted in a hospital visit involved victims under the age of 16.
The North Carolina ATV accident lawyers at Auger & Auger know the severe consequences an ATV accident can cause, whether it is financial or physical hardships. We understand how traumatic it can be for the parent who provided or gave permission for their child or friend to ride an ATV they were subsequently injured on. If you or a loved one was injured in an ATV wreck, call the experienced all-terrain vehicle accident attorneys at Auger & Auger today for your free consultation to understand your rights under North Carolina law.
Auger & Auger has been representing the victims of ATV and quad wrecks for over 20 years. Attorney Herb Auger is the lead counsel on the firm’s ATV-related accident cases. “I have successfully represented numerous clients the past few years with serious injuries resulting from all-terrain vehicle injuries. We have handled ATV accidents involving cars, other ATVs and single ATV collisions involving injuries to passengers. The majority of the ATV accidents I have handled were due to inexperience, an underage driver, horseplay or intoxication,” Herb Auger states. Lacking the protection of an automobile, common injuries in an ATV accident include head injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, broken bones, and internal injuries. If you or a loved one was involved in a NC ATV accident, contact Auger & Auger today for your free consultation.
It is imperative that you call an experienced attorney immediately so we can start to investigate your case. We will send our team out to document the scene, inspect the ATV and interview the witnesses to prove your claim. The longer you delay, the more time the insurance companies will have to investigate on their own and try to minimize their exposure and their culpability.At Auger & Auger we will help you with obtaining your medical treatment and bills, lost wages and a fair compensation. We will handle your claim while you focus on healing from your injuries. We will not charge you for a legal fee until we win a settlement on your behalf. Time is critical, so call an experienced North Carolina ATV attorney today.