Miami ATV Accidents Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

If you, your child, or another loved one has suffered injuries and losses because of an ATV accident, do not hesitate to contact an experienced car accident attorney.

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Sean M. Cleary
 ATV Accidents in Miami

ATVs or all-terrain vehicles are popular for traveling off-road for pure enjoyment or sport, yet these terrain vehicles can be dangerous when not used safely. With places like the Everglades, hundreds of miles of sandy beaches, and commercial dirt bike courses, Florida is a haven for ATV enthusiasts. The concern is that The Sunshine State ranks in the top 10 in the country for ATV deaths, many of which could be prevented by following some safety protocols. According to the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Florida had 20 ATV deaths and 108 injuries reported in one year. 32 out of 40 drivers occupying a moped or ATV at the time of the fatal crash were not wearing a helmet.

 
 
 

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What to Do If You Are Involved in an ATV Accident? »

If you are involved in an ATV accident it is important to get medical help as soon as possible, to collect information from all those involved or present, to call the police, to file a report, and to contact a personal injury lawyer. Under his advice, discuss the case with your insurance company.

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What Benefits Can an ATV Accident Lawsuit Bring Me? »

An ATV accident can bring financial compensation for damages, including medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage. In states with no-fault insurance laws, like Florida, the help of a personal injury lawyer is necessary to maximize your chances of receiving fair compensation.

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How Common Are ATV Accidents? »

ATV accidents are more common than people think. There are over 100,000 emergency-room visits per year by people involved in an ATV accident, with injuries that range from bruises to very severe fractures. In 2019, the CPSC received reports that around 295 people had died that year in ATV-related accidents, and between 1982-2017 there were 15,250 ATV-related fatalities.

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