Most people who use four-wheelers do so without any major problems. A small percentage, however, become involved in personal injury cases after suffering injuries in small accidents. We welcome your inquiry if you or your loved one was injured in a four-wheeler accident.
Ohio Personal Injury Law Firm
From our law offices in Columbus, Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, represents injury victims statewide throughout Ohio. We can serve as your powerful advocate after a four-wheeler accident anywhere in the state. Contact us to allow us to evaluate your case at no charge. If we decide to handle your case, we will initiate an investigation to learn how the accident happened. We may learn that:
- A motorist who crashed into the four-wheeler or forced it off the road was inattentive and negligent.
- Someone who was supervising young people allowed someone else to lend the four-wheeler to the child or teenager.
- A manufacturer or vender was negligent in bringing a defective product to the market.
- The four-wheeler lacked a proper restraining system or roll bar.
- A property owner was negligent in allowing four-wheelers to be used on a particular rural property without disclosing a known defect such as the presence of a hole or uncovered well.
Whatever the unique circumstances of your or your loved one’s Ohio four-wheeler accident, Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, can be a valuable resource for you and your family. We are well-prepared to evaluate your personal injury case and make recommendations on how best to cover medical bills, replace lost wages, and seek compensation for your pain and suffering.
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