Our Utah attorneys can help with your snowmobile, ski, or snowboard accident.
The injury attorneys with The Advocates are the best choice to help you win maximum compensation for your snowmobile or snow sports injury. Our attorneys and professional staff have the skill and expertise your case needs to ensure you make the best recovery possible. Since 1993, The Advocates have recovered over $300 million dollars for our clients and their families. With an Advocate on your side, we can help you make the best decisions based on your unique circumstances about your legal options going forward.
Over the years, The Advocates have handled most every possible type of snow sports and recreation injury case. Our attorneys know better than most the frustration and struggle you are likely experiencing after your accident, and we are fully prepared to help in any way we are able. No need to accept a too-low settlement for the losses you have suffered. Hire an Advocate attorney and win the settlement the circumstance of your case is actually worth. When it comes to your recovery, you deserve more than an ordinary personal injury lawyer. You deserve an Advocate!
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Snowmobile and Ski Injury Statistics
Over the years, winter sports have grown increasingly popular, both for the scenic vistas and the exciting boost of adrenaline. Such activities, however, carry enormous risk and can often lead to painful, long-term injuries. Broken bones, neck, and back injuries, and TBI’s are only a few of the most reported injuries caused by skiing, snowmobiles, and snowboarding. Unfortunately, some winter sports accidents can even lead to death. While winter sports may be a thrilling way to break up the monotony of the snowy months, the risk they pose for unprotected amateurs and even professionals is a continuing problem. If you are a winter sports enthusiast, the following statistics are required reading:
- Close to 200,000 people in the US suffer injuries from winter sport activities annually
- Snowmobile accidents cause over 200 deaths and just under 15,000 injuries each year
- Downhill skiing leads to an average of 30 fatalities each year in the US
- Nearly 60% of ski-related injuries are with stationary objects, such as trees or boulders
Hiring The Advocates was the best move I could have made after my accident. They were very professional and made me feel confident my case would go smoothly. They really put me at ease. I would recommend them to anyone!" - Robert S.
Why You Need an Accident Attorney?
The Advocates are experts in winning maximum compensation for victims of snowmobile accidents and snow sport injuries. Our attorneys know the ins and outs of personal injury law better than any other law firm. We take pride in being skilled negotiators and if push comes to shove, fierce litigators. Unlike most other personal injury lawyers, The Advocates aren’t afraid to take your case to court if necessary. No need to settle for second best. Contact The Advocates today and win the settlement you and your family deserve. Don’t wait to speak with a live attorney by phone or in our chat function at the bottom of your screen. Your case deserves an Advocate!
The Advocates Accident Claim Process
Step 1: Investigate the Accident
The first step The Advocates will take is to investigate your accident. Our attorneys do this by requesting a police report about your accident, examining any videos or photographs of the crash scene, and by contacting any relevant witnesses to the accident. Once we have firmly established liability, we will begin the hard work of building your injury claim.
Step 2: Build Your Claim
Building your car accident injury claim is one of the most time-consuming steps in the entire process. Our staff must wait until you are finished receiving treatment for your injuries before we can compile a comprehensive medical record of the injuries and costs associated with your accident.
Step 3: Negotiate a Settlement
Once you are finished treating your injuries and your medical records have been gathered, your attorney will send out a demand package to the at-fault party’s insurance. Afterwards, negotiations with your attorney will begin. If we are unable to negotiate a fair offer, then you will have the option to file a lawsuit.
Step 4: Litigate If Necessary
Time wise, litigation is the longest step in the claim process, possibly extending the life of your claim one or, even, two years. If you do decide to file a lawsuit, be prepared to potentially appear before a judge and jury.