Recreational Vehicle Accidents

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Recreational Vehicle Accidents 2016-06-02T15:21:18+00:00

recreation_vehicleWisconsin is one of the leading states in the nation for recreational use of boats and other recreational vehicles. In addition, millions of hunters and fishermen take to our woods and lakes in pursuit of game and fish every year. Clearly, our enjoyment and reliance on recreational vehicles means that fatal accidents and serious injuries are inevitable. When the accident is the result of a drunk driver, negligence, or misconduct of another person, the law says that you may be entitled to recover money damages for lost earnings, medical expenses, physical therapy, and pain and suffering.

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Techmeier Law Firm is recognized as one of Wisconsin’s most well-known personal injury and wrongful death law firms. For more than thirty years we have been helping accident victims and their families recover more than $75 million in personal injury settlements and jury awards. If you or a family member has been injured in a boating accident or other type of recreational vehicle collision, look to our personal injury attorneys for help. We can start fighting for your rights today.

We find ways to help you get maximum money damages

On the surface, your recreational vehicle collision may appear to be only an accident between two parties. Certainly, the opposing insurance adjustor will hope you think so. But there may also be contract language and provisions that allow your attorney to seek significantly higher money damages than it appears allowable. Only an experienced personal injury attorney will be able to tell you. In cases of catastrophic injury claims such as traumatic brain injury, burns, and paraplegia, there may be options that allow for additional disability compensation, as well.

Contact our Vehicle accident attorney to discuss your accident and injury claim. Let us start fighting for your rights today.