ATV Safety Tips to Avoid an ATV Accident in Indianapolis

ATV season has arrived! For diehard riders, ATV season never ends. However, many riders enjoy riding during the late spring through early fall. Summer also has additional riders because schools are out of session, so more kids and teens have time to hit the trails, which could equal more accidents and injuries. If you are… Read more »

ATV Accidents in Indianapolis — Personal Injury Claims vs. Product Liability Claims

ATVs or all-terrain vehicles are popular in Indiana for recreation and work. However, injuries involving ATVs have risen in recent years. The reason for the rise in ATV accidents could involve several factors, including an increase in the number of ATVs being used, younger riders, inexperienced operators, and faulty equipment. If you or your child… Read more »

Is Santa Claus Bringing Your Child an ATV for Christmas?

Has your child included an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) on his or her Christmas list to Santa Claus this year? Is Santa Claus delivering an ATV for Christmas morning? If so, your child will certainly be overjoyed by his or her new gift. However, an ATV is a motor vehicle. An ATV requires the same caution… Read more »

How Can A Contingency Fee Help Me with My Indianapolis Accident Claim?

Your first thought after an accident is medical care for your injuries. Depending on the severity of your injuries, that may be your only thought for quite some time. However, at some point, you may consider consulting an Indianapolis accident attorney to learn about your legal rights. We strongly urge you to consult with one… Read more »

Who is Responsible for Damages in an ATV Accident in Indianapolis?

ATV accidents are more common than you might believe. According to the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission), 14,653 people died in ATV-related accidents between 1982 and 2016. In 2016 alone, the CPSC received reports of 337 fatalities in ATV-related accidents. In addition to fatalities, it is estimated that approximately 101,200 people were injured and treated… Read more »