There are ever-increasing ways to spend time outdoors in the summer and winter – but the increasing traffic means there is an increased risk of accidents, especially if the operators are inexperienced or have consumed alcohol.
While snowmobiling can be a fun winter pastime, it is also one that carries a risk of injuries if an accident occurs. As with motorcycles, you have little protection if you collide with another vehicle, a tree next to the trail, or if you mistakenly hit open water.
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The injuries in snowmobile accidents can be severe, such as brain and spinal cord injuries, broken bones and back and neck injuries. At Harris Law, we will work with you to get you all the benefits you are entitled to so you can get the medical care and rehabilitation you need, plus compensation for any financial losses you incur.
Most do not know this, but if your snowmobile is properly insured, you may be entitled to claim under your ‘no fault’ accident benefits provisions through your insurer, as snowmobiles are considered “motor vehicles” entitled to such coverage.