If you or a loved one suffer injuries in an ATV accident, your own auto insurance policy typically will not cover the losses you suffer. However, you may have several other options available to you. It will depend on the specific facts of your case.
For instance, you may have purchased your own ATV insurance which will cover your damages. If another ATV driver caused the crash, that owner’s insurance may cover the incident.
If a property hazard caused the accident and your injuries – for example, there was a hole on the property – the person who owns or leases the land may have homeowner’s or renter’s insurance that will cover your losses.
In many cases, ATV accidents result from a defective ATV or ATV part. In those cases, a product liability claim against the manufacturer may be in order.
You can count on The Law Office of David E. Gordon to explore all options available to you and your family and to seek compensation for you from all available sources.