Snowmobile Accident Lawyers Hamilton

Snowmobile Accident Lawyers in Hamilton

In Canada, snowmobiling is a popular, fun winter sport. However, like any sport, it does not go without risks; some dangers include collisions, falling through the ice, wiping out. These can lead to lifelong severe injuries taking weeks, if not months, to recover.  

 Common injuries associated with snowmobile accidents are:  

  • Head injuries such as concussions, cuts, or bruises  
  • Fractured bones  
  • Organ damage   
  • Internal bleeding  
  • Muscle strains  

Operate Snowmobiles with Caution  

Snowmobile accidents happen; however, you can do things to avoid being involved in an accident. Many accidents occur due to negligent behaviour but can be caused due to improper maintenance and manufacturer errors. Being involved in a snowmobile accident is severe; it can cause lifelong injuries to the driver and the passenger.   

 It is essential to plan and ensure that the trails you plan to travel on have been maintained and ensure you have the appropriate equipment for nighttime operation. Give the snowmobile a look over before you drive to ensure there are no defective parts or anything poorly maintained that needs some maintenance before operating.  

 Snowmobile Safety Tips:  

  • Do not operate the snowmobile under the influence   
  • Stay alert while driving  
  • Avoid driving in poor weather conditions   
  • Avoid travelling over frozen rivers   
  • Travel with others  

Can I get Compensation If I Was Involved In a Snowmobile Accident?  

In Ontario, it is required by law that snowmobiles are to be insured like other vehicles that operate on roads. Snow vehicles have remarkably similar auto insurance policies making injury claims possible. The team at Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers can help ensure victims of snowmobile accidents are compensated.   

People in Hamilton, Ontario, are often surprised to find out that their car insurance policy applies after they have been involved in a snowmobile accident to assist in paying for medical and rehab expenses that are not covered by OHIP. Our experienced lawyers will help you gain access to the compensation you are entitled to too. 

Whether you were the driver of the snowmobile or the passenger, if the driver responsible for the accident is found to be intoxicated or guilty of speeding, you may be entitled to compensation. Types of losses experienced by victims of snowmobile accidents:  

  • Pain and suffering  
  • Loss of wages  
  • Medical expenses  
  • Rehabilitation therapy   
  • Therapy  
  • Medical equipment   

Talk To a Hamilton Snowmobile Accident Lawyer

Victims can claim compensation for any losses caused by the snowmobile accident from their insurance provider through no fault insurance or the driver responsible for causing the accident. The team at Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers has hands-on experience with snowmobile accidents and can ensure all parties wrongfully involved will have access to compensation. Contact us today to get started on your claim.  

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Hamilton, Ontario L8N 2A1
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