Legal Help For Injuries In Boating And Recreational Vehicle Accidents
Boat accidents, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) accidents and other accidents involving recreational vehicles often result in very serious injuries or even death. A day of leisure turns tragic. Instead of enjoying a fun ride, you or a family member is taken to a hospital in an ambulance with serious injuries.
The law firm of Sams, Larkin & Huff, LLP, has experience representing victims of these accidents. We hold other parties accountable for inattentive or impaired operation, poorly maintained roads and trails, dangerous vehicle design and mechanical defects. Our goal is to make sure you are compensated accordingly for your injuries and losses.
Compassionate Representation For Victims Throughout North Georgia
We can assess your personal injury accident relating to:
- Motor homes and camper vans
- Camper trailers and fifth-wheel trailers
- All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), including three- and four-wheelers
- Motorcycles, dirt bikes, mopeds, minibikes and scooters
- Boats, miniboats and personal watercraft
- Go-karts and dune buggies
The Marietta-based legal team at Sams, Larkin & Huff, LLP, is composed of former insurance defense lawyers who possess insight into the opposition. From broken bones to more serious personal injury claims, we get to the facts by conducting independent investigations to determine the true value of your claim and the party responsible.
While on the surface, the operator of the recreational vehicle may seem responsible. Oftentimes, with the help of our experts, we discover other factors, such as dangerous property conditions or design and manufacturing defects involving RV braking and steering systems.
Contact Our Georgia Firm For A Free Consultation
To schedule a free initial consultation with an ATV and boat accident attorney, contact us at 770-884-4819 or fill out our online intake form. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis. You pay no attorneys’ fees unless a favorable verdict or settlement is achieved in your case.