Snowmobiling through the freshly powdered mountain trails of Utah can be an amazing experience—until someone gets hurt. While many accidents are impossible to prevent, others may be caused by negligent or reckless drivers. If you believe that the snowmobile accident you were injured in was caused by another person, 1LAW can help you file a claim.
Our attorneys have won compensation for snowmobile accident victims in and around the St. George area for decades. They know how to investigate an accident and discover who is at fault. Don’t suffer through your injuries without receiving payment for medical bills and lost wages. Let our St. George snowmobile accident attorneys help.
When thrill-seekers fail to follow Utah’s snowmobile laws and safety rules, they can put themselves and others at risk of serious injury. Fortunately, the lawyers at our firm have experience filing claims and litigating cases for a number of different snowmobile accidents.
If you or a loved one were injured in one of the following accident scenarios, our snowmobile accident attorneys can help you take legal action:
If you were injured in one of the accidents listed above or a different type of snowmobiling incident caused by the negligence of another party, our team can help you recover losses. Your attorney will conduct a thorough investigation into your accident, determine who should be held liable, and negotiate a settlement with their insurance company.
To get you the money you need to recover from your injuries, our St. George snowmobile accident lawyers will have to identify the party who’s liable for your injuries and find proof to support their suppositions. They’ll begin this process by collecting evidence related your accident, such as:
Once they’ve gathered the relevant documents and testimonies, they’ll ideally be able to prove who was responsible for the incident. There are several parties that may be at fault in such an accident, including:
Once we’ve identified the party that’s liable for your snowmobile accident injuries, your lawyer will file a claim with their insurance company. If we are able to negotiate a settlement, you’ll receive compensation for your medical bills and the wages you missed out on while taking time off from work to get better.
If you’ve experienced any psychological problems following your accident, like anxiety or PTSD, we can secure damages for mental distress. Your lawyer can also win payment for the pain and suffering you’ve experienced from your injuries.
If we are unable to get you these damages via a settlement, we’ll do our best to win them through a court verdict. Our attorneys have taken countless cases to trial in St. George, and they’ve rarely ever failed. They’ll work tirelessly to convince the judge and jury that you deserve a monetary award for your suffering and financial loss.
Snowmobile accident claims are subject to the same rules and deadlines as car accident, medical malpractice, and slip and fall cases. Meaning, they must be filed within the timeframe outlined in Utah’s statute of limitations.
Under Utah Code Ann. § 78B-2-307, all snowmobile claims in St. George must be filed within four years of the date of injury. If you submit your claim so much as one day later than the legal deadline, you could be barred from seeking compensation.
Though there are some special cases and exceptions to this statute, it’s best to be safe and get your claim filed soon. Talk to a St. George snowmobile accident lawyer from our firm to learn more about your due date. They’ll provide all the information you need and ensure your claim is filed in accordance with Utah’s laws.
Medical costs from a serious snowmobile accident can be financially crippling. If you’re not sure how you’ll be able to pay your treatment bills, 1LAW has a solution. Throughout our years of consistent community involvement, we’ve built dozens of strong relationships with businesses and medical providers throughout the St. George area.
Since we always have our client’s best interests at heart, we do our best to use our strong ties with local hospitals and family practices to get them discounted treatment. We also make a promise, outlined in our more money guarantee, to lower our contingency fee by $500 if we’re unable to get you a reduced rate on your medical care.
If you’re struggling with a painful and expensive injury from a snowmobile accident in St. George, you deserve to receive compensation. Filing a claim by yourself can be incredibly complicated, especially if you’re focusing on recovering from your injuries.
Luckily, the St. George snowmobile accident attorneys at 1LAW can handle the entirety of your case. They’ll manage every aspect of your claim and keep you updated on their progress. Once they’ve secured a fair settlement or court verdict, you’ll have the money you need to cover all your expenses.